BANGKOK, 26 September 2011 – Deputy PM and Commerce Minister Kittirat Na Ranong has maintained a firm stance on the controversial rice pledging scheme, saying the policy will not by any means pose a threat to the country’s economic stability.
BANGKOK, 26 September 2011 -In a Q&A session, Bangkok Senator Ms. Rosana Tositrakul asked the Prime Minister for explanation as to why LPG prices for household and automobiles have been floated when the fuel is over supplied.
BANGKOK, 26 September 2011 -Fourth Army Region Chief Lt General Udomchai Thammasarotrat said drug eradication operation in the South of Thailand in the past two months had been proven to be effective with the number of abusers and dealers reduced by 40%.
BANGKOK, 25 September 2011 -The Managing Director of the SME Bank, Mr. Soros Sakornwisawa will be proposing to the Cabinet to increase the loan limits to help business owners affected by floods cope with the aftermath.
BANGKOK, 25 September 2011 -The Kasikorn Research Center revealed that the SET index has tumbled to the lowest level during the first 7 months of this year due to concerns over the world economy.
BANGKOK, 25 September 2011 -The Ministry of Public Health revealed that almost 400,000 people had fallen ill from water borne diseases as floods continue to wreak havoc across the nation.
BANGKOK, 23 September 2011 -The Airports of Thailand (AoT) Public Company Limited has boasted its security measure against illegal taxi drivers around Suvarnabhumi Airport by holding a seminar for police, hoping their operation would stamp out rogue taxi drivers completely.
BANGKOK, 23 September 2011 (NNT)-Suvarnabhumi Airport is preparing for the possible rise in water levels around the airport as the water runoff from the North continues to increase.
BANGKOK, 23 September 2011 – The Ministry of Energy is planning to ask the National Energy Policy Committee (NEPC) to continue pinning the prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and natural gas for vehicle (NGV) until year end.
BANGKOK, 21 September 2011 – The government has agreed to lower corporate income tax in the near future in a move to speed up the countrywide wage rise by early next year.