BANGKOK, Sept 18 -- Thailand and China have agreed to increase their bilateral trade and investment as the Thailand-China Joint Trade Committee will soon meet in Beijing and Thailand, said Deputy Prime Minister Pridiyathorn Devakula today.
BANGKOK, Sept 19 -- A total of 52 foreign firms with a combined investment of about Bt44 billion have been allowed to invest in Thailand in September, said Pongpun Gearaviriyapun, director general of the Business Development Department.
BANGKOK, Sept 18 -- More than Bt51 billion is expected to change hands during Thailand's upcoming annual Vegetarian Festival, said Thanavath Phonvichai, director of the Thai Chamber of Commerce University's Economic and Business Forecasting Center.
CHIANG MAI, Sept 19 -- China and Thailand have agreed to extend the contract lending pandas Lin Hui and Chuang Chuang to Thailand for another 10 years as Panda Ambassadors. They are expected to renew the agreement in November.
SURAT THANI, Sept 19 -- Police on Friday continue hunting for the murderers of two British tourists on a southern Thai island resort after DNA tests on the female victim identified as Hannah Victoria Witheridge did not match any of the suspects police interrogated earlier.
CHIANG RAI, Sept 19 -- A border market in Mae Sai district here is temporary closed due to flooding while many other provinces are still inundated.
The Sai River in Chiang Rai bordering Myanmar rose rapidly, overflowing commercial areas in Thailand and Myanmar yesterday.
BANGKOK, Sept 17 -- Thailand plans to ask both Myanmar and the Lao PDR to sell more electricity to Thailand during an ASEAN Energy Ministers meeting to be held in Vientiane next week, senior officials said today.
BANGKOK, Sept 17 -- The two British tourists whose bodies were found on a beach in southern Thailand earlier this week died from hard objects hitting their heads.
BANGKOK, Sept 17 -- Thailand's National Legislative Assembly (NLA) approved the government's Bt2.5 trillion deficit budget bill for Fiscal 2015, which begins October 1.
BANGKOK, Sept 16 -- Thailand's Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) admitted that it would be hard work to increase exports to 3-3.5 per cent as targeted for the year, is rising to the challenge just the same..