BANGKOK, July 29 -- Phusit Ratanakulsereroengrit, a senior official of Thailand's Department of International Trade Promotion, said representatives of Woolworths Limited want to discuss business deals with about 60 Thai operators as it plans to open a sourcing office in Asia Pacific and is especially interested in Thailand.
BANGKOK, July 30 -- Nearly 400,000 migrant workers have so far been registered at One Stop Service centres nationwide, most of whom were Cambodians, according to the Thai Ministry of Labour.
BANGKOK, July 28 -- Thailand's weather service has warned that much of the country is likely to be affected by heavy rainfall.
The Meteorological Department announced that heavy rainfall would continue in many parts of the country, especially in the North, the Northeast and on the Andaman Coast in the South, while residents of the Northeast are still suffering from floods.
BANGKOK, July 28 -- Thailand's Department of Public Works and Town & Country Planning (DPT) and the Agricultural Land Reform Office (ARLO) are working on country planning in both sides of border areas to welcome the formation of the ASEAN Community.
BANGKOK, July 28 -- Thailand's coastal erosion problem is considered severe in 44 locations in 19 provinces along the Gulf of Thailand, with the destruction resulting from both natural and manmade causes.
BANGKOK, July 28 -- Democrat party leader and former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and former deputy prime minister Suthep Thaugsuban appeared in Thailand's Criminal Court this morning for trial in the cases in which they were accused of ordering crackdowns on red shirt protests in 2010.
BANGKOK, July 28 -- Thailand's Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Sihasak Puangketkeow left Bangkok on Sunday for Seoul to attend a two-day meeting with ministers of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV) plus South Korea on ways to increase cooperation in economic development along the Mekong River.
YALA, July 28 -- The 4th Army Region commander said today that negligence by the authorities might have let Friday's carbomb in Yala's Betong district to take place
BANGKOK, July 28 -- Skyrocketing household debt in Thailand now has the highest expansion rate among Asian countries and investors are advised to monitor it closely, warned Sutapa Amornvivat, chief economist and executive vice president of Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand's oldest private bank.
BANGKOK, July 26 -- As plans to construct Pak Bara deep-sea port in the southern province of Satun were already delayed due to opposition by provincial people, Chula Sukmanop, director-general of Marine Department, said the department officials would try to explain to them how important the port would be.