BANGKOK, June 3 – Thai exporters hailed the depreciating baht but remained cautious as the Thai currency is still 2-5 per cent stronger than others in the region, the chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) said today.
BANGKOK, June 3 -- A Thai government fact-finding committee concluded that the electrical power blackout in 14 southern provinces on May 21 was not caused by human error but by force majeur.
NARATHIWAT, June 2--- An insurgent suspect with an outstanding arrest warrant and suspected of being a member of the Runda Kumpulan Kecil (RKK) group was detained on Sunday at a house in Rueso district of this violence-plagued southern border province.
RANONG, June 3 -- Nine more bodies believed to be Myanmar migrants were found floating off the coast of Thailand's southern province of Ranong Sunday.
BANGKOK, June 3 – Thawil Pliensri, legally reinstated to the National Security Council (NSC) by Thailand's Administrative Court’s verdict, said he would renew his legal battle if the government decides to appeal the judicial decision.
PATTAYA, June 3 – A Russian national was arrested in this eastern resort town Saturday night on charges of predatory lending and illegally working in Thailand.
MALDIVES, June 2 – Thai investors have more opportunities to invest in many business channels in the Maldive Islands, said Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
MALDIVES, June 3 – Thailand and the Maldives have agreed to elevate bilateral trade and investment and urgently solve human trafficking problems which have affected the two countries’ tourism.
BANGKOK, June 1 – Thailand and Sri Lanka have agreed to expand bilateral and multilateral cooperation on religion, trade and investment, and education, according to a government spokesman.
BANGKOK, June 1 – The government may appeal the Central Administrative Court’s verdict which reinstated Thawil Pliensri to the helm at the National Security Council (NSC).