BANGKOK, 19 December 2013 The New York Times, a world-renowned American newspaper, has released an analysis of the Thai political situation, claiming the anti-government protesters are pushing for less democracy.
BANGKOK, 19 December 2013 The Department of Land Transport has announced free car checkups from now until December 30, 2013 in a bid to promote road safety and prevent accidents.
BANGKOK, 19 December 2013 Anti-government protesters have started their latest round of marching throughout inner Bangkok, urging more Thais to join the rally to oust the government on Thursday morning.
BANGKOK, 19 December 2013 The Thai Shrimp Association forecasts that Thailand will produce around 300,000 tons of shrimp next year, adding that cases of EMS shrimp disease are expected to decline.
BANGKOK, 19 Dec 2013, The national handicraft industry has not been not affected by the current political situation, given foreign tourists are still visiting Thailand, says the Support Arts and Crafts International Center of Thailand (SACICT).
BANGKOK, 19 Dec 2013 The Airport Authority of Thailand (AOT) has moved ticket booths on the 4th floor of Suvarnabhumi Airport to the 6th floor, in its bid to offer bigger areas for the increasing number of passengers.
BANGKOK, 19 Dec 2013 Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) index on Wednesday afternoon rose 12.68 points or 0.95%, closing at 1,349.86 points. The trade value was 31.7 billion baht.
BANGKOK, 19 Dec 2013 Permanent Secretary for Labor Jirasuk Sugandhajati has instructed labor attaches in various countries to urge Thai workers to vote in the February 2 general elections.
BANGKOK, 19 December 2013 The Chartthaipattana Party has indicated that a government yielded from the upcoming election may be short-lived, as it would exist mainly to serve the purpose of reforming the country and pulling it through the current political turmoil.
BANGKOK, 19 December 2013 Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visited Northeastern provinces on Wednesday to follow up on the government projects being undertaken in Surin, Sisaket and Yasothon.