BANGKOK, 18 June 2014 - The five recipients of the Prince Mahidol Award Youth Program scholarships for the year 2013 were yesterday (June 17) granted an audience with HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn at Chitralada Villa. The five came to say farewell to Her Royal Highness before leaving the country to do their duties abroad under the auspices of the PMA Youth Program.
BANGKOK, 18 June 2014 – Several state agencies are working to repel the rumor about the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) setting its course on eliminating migrant labor, in an effort to ensure that alien workers stay and work in Thailand.
BANGKOK, 18 June 2014 - Kosit Panpiemras, Executive Chairman of the Bangkok Bank, has revealed that Thailand’s improved political atmosphere has drawn a number of investors and tourists to regain their confidence in the country.
BANGKOK, 18 June 2014 – The Ministry of Transport has earmarked 141 billion baht from the fiscal 2015 budget for the development of rural area infrastructures, in order to heed the National Council for Peace and Order's strategy to accommodate agriculture and tourism.
BANGKOK, 18 June 2014, - The Ministry of the Interior is urging all of its units to finalize their next fiscal year's budget plan.
BANGKOK, 18 June 2014, - The Department of Internal Trade (DIT) is closely monitoring the prices of commodity to make sure that they do not go beyond the set ceiling prices.
BANGKOK, 18 June 2014 – The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) has announced the closure of the rice pledging project for the 2012/2013 production season, after having completed payment to some 830,000 rice growers.
BANGKOK, 18 June 2014, - Kasikorn Research Center has said the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)’s economic stimulus plan will significantly improve the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP), as well as the performance in the credit market.
BANGKOK, 16 June 2014 – The Royal Thai Police have restated that Thailand doesn't have any policy to repatriate Cambodian laborers, and is accelerating investigations into the origin of this rumor.
PHITSANULOK, 17 June 2014, - Region 2 Military dispatch troops have placed locks on the doors of warehouses in the rice support program in various provinces, preventing any attempt to move the rice stock before it is inspected. Secure locks have been placed on warehouses and silos in Muang District of Phitsanulok Province, awaiting the military’s inspection of the pledged rice. Officials will soon verify whether or not the area has the 100,000 bags of the rice crop as recorded.