BANGKOK, 12 July 2013 The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is inviting all Thais to stop drinking during the auspicious occasion of Buddhist Lent which lasts 3 months, starting July 23.
BANGKOK, 12 July 2013 Chiang Mai northern province has unveiled the world’s biggest 3D art museum called “Art in Paradise” and also the first in Thailand’s North. It was founded and funded by a Korean who invested 60 million baht to make the museum come alive.
BANGKOK, 12 July 2013 The Prime Minister is now focusing on implementing the planned agricultural zoning along with 2 other projects in order to balance the country’s agricultural system.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2013 The Commerce Ministry is looking for ways to take action against individuals who make false claims about the quality of rice from the government’s pledging scheme on social media, citing that rumors may affect Thai rice export.
BANGKOK, 11th July 2013 The Thai Department of Fisheries has invited shrimp breeders, specialists and related business entrepreneurs to a meeting to learn about the infectious early mortality syndrome (EMS) in shrimp farms, which has spread from southern China to Southeast Asia.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2013 A Ministry of Finance announcement lifting 20% customs duty on gems and jewelry products imported for display or sale at trade fairs has come into force following its publication in the Royal Thai Government Gazette.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2013 If the government’s mega projects were to be cancelled, it would have a detrimental effect on the country and destroy investors' confidence, said the Finance Minister.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2013 Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Bunsongpaisan, has denied rumors on social media regarding toxic chemical residues found in rice under the rice pledging scheme. He asked anyone with proof to show it so that culprits can be prosecuted.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2013 The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) is launching an investigation on 12 billion baht fraud by Credit Union Cooperative executives after receiving a flood of complaints by the members.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2013 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reported that the two Thai flight attendants injured during Saturday’s plane crash in the United States have made a rapid recovery and are expected to be discharged from the hospital soon.