(Not mine, I'm just a typical compulsive researcher, lol.)
Thailand has some of the most unbearable EPs designs and all that... even worse, it's bootlegged. Polydor Records assigned ABBA (as a result from license) to Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong, aside from elsewhere Europe, so why not have regards to any other Asian countries? I don't blame the Thais for spreading ABBA's music, but the business inside the EP bootlegs is kinda cringeworthy. Fortunately, I believe it ended right around the late 1980s and Polygram/Universal Music decided to go gung ho with ABBA's catalogue for the rest of the forgotten countries.
Remember this was when Thailand was about to start their new era of industrialization in the 1970s...
Last Edit: Sept 23, 2017 20:34:59 GMT by Liebezeit