BANGKOK, 14 May 2013 The Commerce Ministry is set to hold talks with Thai SMEs on May 16th to discuss measures and solution to the rising baht, while figuring out ways to help exporters.
Bangkok, 13 May 2013 Prime Minister's Deputy Secretary General on Politics, Suporn Attavong, has stated that P-Move demonstrators have agreed to relocate to Lookluang Road near the Education Ministry. The group said that it will remain there to closely wait for the government's response to their demands.
BANGKOK, 13 May 2013 Traffic police at 88 stations across Bangkok have been told to get ready to handle massive traffic jams during the first week of new school term expected to begin this week.
BANGKOK, 12 May 2013 Teachers in the southern border region are confident in the security programs designed to protect them although they remain unsure about the effectiveness of the actual implementation.
BANGKOK, 12 May 2013 An energy expert believes fuel prices will remain stable next week.
BANGKOK, 12 May 2013 The Ministry of Commerce will not extend the cassava pledging scheme for the 2012-2013 crop.
BANGKOK, 12 May 2013 The state economic think-tank affirms that the export industry remains Thailand’s key engine to drive the economy further towards growth.
NARATHIWAT, 10 May 2013 Thai Airways International (THAI) is set to provide direct flights from the southern province of Narathiwat to Saudi Arabia for the first time in an effort to facilitate Thai Hajj pilgrims.
Bangkok, 10 April 2013 Thai Chamber of Commerce's latest poll on parents spending before the opening of the new school term shows this year expenses have increased significantly from that of the the same period last year.
CHAINAT, 10 May 2013 More than 70 households in 10 villages in Sankhaburi district, Chainat were affected by a major storm that broke out in the night of the 8th of May 2013.