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BANGKOK, March 18 – The Transport Ministry is set to seek cabinet approval tomorrow on Bt2 trillion in loans for Thailand’s mega infrastructure projects and construction of four high-speed railway routes.

BANGKOK, March 18 – Thailand’s CEO Sentiment Index is heading towards a successive decline during the first four months of this year, according to an academic survey.

BANGKOK, March 16 – Trade and investment between Thailand and China will reach US$100 billion in 2015, a sharp increase from US$69.7 billion last year, according to the Thai ambassador to Beijing.

BANGKOK, March 16 – More than 30,000 tonnes of rice under the government’s subsidy scheme will be sold to two state enterprises in a move to release accumulating grains from the state’s stockpile.

BANGKOK, March 15 – A man sentenced to death in connection with the murder of an environmental activist was released today by the Thai Appeals Court.

MAE HONG SON, March 15 – Domestic flights were cancelled and motorists were especially cautious as thick smog blanketed this northernmost Thai province, local officials reported today

BANGKOK, March 15 - The UN refugee agency on Friday urged the Thai government to verify recent reports that a Rohingya boat was towed out to the open sea from Thai waters, and that shots were fired during the interception.

BANGKOK, March 16 – Vietnam’s Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh is visiting Thailand to work on details of upgrading relationship between the two countries as “strategic partners.”

UBON RATCHATHANI, March 14 – A boat procession cruised along the Mekong River Thursday as part of a campaign by locals who oppose the planned dam construction for power production here.

Saturday, 16 March 2013 11:29

CITES meeting ends with mixed reactions

BANGKOK, March 14 – The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites) today announced success in protecting various species of endangered animals and plants from extinction.

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