BANGKOK, April 11 – Commercial banks in Thailand will use microchips instead of a magnetic system on ATM and debit cards to prevent fraud, starting next year, according to the Bank of Thailand (BoT).

BANGKOK, April 11 – The Thai baht has strengthened against the US dollar given below-projected employment in the US agricultural sector and the Federal Reserve’s decision not to accelerate the interest rate increase, according to the Bank of Thailand (BoT).

BANGKOK, April 11 - Thailand's government-operated Transport Company is scheduling 2,000 more bus and van trips to serve travellers during the Songkran holiday. 

BANGKOK, Apr 10 - The Public Health Ministry has ordered 885 hospitals nationwide to go on full alert to provide medical services as many people will be travelling to the provinces during the long Songkran holiday.

BANGKOK, April 11 -- A volunteer security guard for the anti-government protesters was wounded in an M-79 grenade attack at the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) rally site at Chaeng Wattana last night.

BANGKOK, April 11 – Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has stood firm that she did not dismiss the Constitution Court’s power, but admitted that she was concerned with the upcoming judgement.

Thursday, 10 April 2014 18:12

China may buy more rice from Thailand

BANGKOK, April 10 – China will possibly sign deals to buy one million tonnes of rice from Thailand after its specialists inspected a rice warehouse in Suphan Buri, according to the Thai Commerce Ministry.

Thursday, 10 April 2014 18:10

Airports nationwide all set for Songkran

BANGKOK, April 10 – Thailand's Civil Aviation Department has given assurances of its readiness to service an estimated 236,000 air travellers during the Songkran festival on April 11-17, or about 33,000 people a day.

BANGKOK, April 9 – A leading banker today expressed concern that possible moves by three global rating agencies to lower Thailand’s credit ratings will impact the operations of public and private sectors.

SONGKHLA, April 10 - Seven crew members of a Thai trawler were charged with the coordinated murder of two Indonesian naval personnel on board their boat in the neighbouring country's territorial waters on March 9, Thai police said today.

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