BANGKOK, 19 Oct 2013 The Prime Minister has set a target that Thailand will earn 2 trillion baht from the tourism industry by the year 2015, while focusing on safety of the tourists. 

BANGKOK, 19 October 2013 National security agencies announce that the situation at the Thai-Cambodian border is normal while the two countries are waiting for the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to rule on the Phra Viharn case. 

BANGKOK, 18 Oct 2013 Former president of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), Sompon Kiatpaiboon, indicated that Thailand is suffering from what he called 'Corruption Disease' while another senior economist showed his concerns on the public debt and the Government's lack of spending discipline. 

BANGKOK, 19 October 2013 The private sector voices agreement with the government’s 2-trillion-baht investment on infrastructure mega projects as it will help reduce transportation costs and increase Thailand’s competitiveness in the long run. 

BANGKOK, 18 Oct 2013,The 18th Book Expo Thailand 2013 has attracted quite an attention from local bookworms, with novels, tourism-related book, and comics topping the selling chart. 

BANGKOK, 18 October 2013 Chinese Ambassador to Thailand Ning Fukui called on Deputy PM and Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisan to discuss trade of agricultural goods and other cooperation projects under the frameworks of six memorandums of understanding recently concluded between the two countries. 

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UTCC cuts GDP growth target down to 3.5%

BANGKOK, 18 Oct 2013 The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has cut down this year’s GDP growth target to 3.5 percent from 4.3 percent anticipated earlier. 

BANGKOK, 18 Oct 2013 The Thai Industries Sentiment Index (TISI) in September 2013 stood at 90.4, lowest in 23 months, according to the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI). 

CHONBURI, 17 Oct 2013 Chonburi locals showed interests in Thailand 2020 Roadshow, an exhibition organized by the government to explain its 2.2 trillion baht infrastructure overhauling projects. 

BANGKOK, 18 October 2013 The PTT has affirmed that it shall take responsibility to care for the family members of its deceased employees who were killed in the horrific Lao Airlines plane crash in the Mekong river this past October 16. 

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