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Thai National fonts, or colloquially SIPA fonts, are a group of thirteen Thai-Roman fonts distributed and used by the Government of Thailand as public and official fonts after they won a national competition held in 2007. The fonts and all of their subsequently developed versions are released by the Software Industry Promotion Agency, or SIPA, together with the Department of Intellectual Property through f0nt.com, and can be downloaded freely on the website.
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