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Loans for first-time homebuyers to help stimulate property market

BANGKOK, May 4  – Cabinet’s approval of a Bt25 billion loan programme for first-time homebuyers with special repayment terms and conditions will help...

Surin, Buriram gradually close evacuation centres as border situation eases

BANGKOK, May 2 - Surin and Buriram, two Thai provinces bordering Cambodia, have gradually closed their evacuation centres for local villagers centres as...

Thai-Cambodian border clashes may affect trade, investment: KRC

BANGKOK, May 2 - The ongoing Thai-Cambodian border clashes, if continued, will tend to lower the market share of Thai goods in Cambodia despite...

PM: More incentives to be given to workers

BANGKOK, May 1 -- Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said on Labour Day that his government has helped workers and their families in various...

PM: Cabinet to appoint committee to contend with Cambodia’s appeals to...

BANGKOK, May 1 -- The Thai cabinet will be asked this Tuesday to appointing a committee to counter an appeal lodged by Phnom...

Commerce Minister upbeat about export growth

BANGKOK, April 30 – Thailand’s exports this year are likely to grow up to 15 per cent, higher than earlier expected at 12...

Thailand’s GDP likely to grow less than 4% in Q1, says...

BANGKOK, April 30 – Thailand’s gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow less than 4 per cent in the first quarter of...

Private sector continues Cambodia trade despite border conflict

BANGKOK, April 29 – Thailand’s private sector will continue trading with their Cambodian exporters and buyers, inside Cambodia as usual, although the countries...

FPO projects 4-5% economic growth this year

BANGKOK, April 29 – The Thai economy is projected to grow 4-5 per cent this year despite impacts of the recent earthquake and...

Thailand ready to fight in World Court: Foreign Ministry

BANGKOK, April 29 - Thailand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday said the country is prepared to fight its case to resolve the...

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Seoul (AP) — South Korean President Moon Jae-in has staked his legacy on the stunning diplomatic progress he has forged with North Korea, as...

Private sector donates pollution masks to traffic police

Bangkok - The private sector has donated as many as 15,000 pollution masks to traffic police to protect their health while on duty. Deputy Commissioner...

Military hands over school building in Tak

Tak - The 3rd Army Area of the Royal Thai Army, along with American and Singaporean soldiers, have handed over a newly-constructed building to...

France to adopt international definition of anti-Semitism

Paris (AP) — The French government will adopt an international organization's definition of anti-Semitism and propose a law to reduce hate speech from being...

Hungarian model for water management adopted for Mekong River

Bangkok - Thailand and Hungary have established a cooperation to adopt the Danube River’s water management strategy for the Mekong River. Deputy Prime Minister Chatchai...

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