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BANGKOK, June 27 – Global foreign direct investment (FDI) will rise to US$1.45 trillion this year with developing countries attracting 52 per cent of capital flows, the International Institute for Trade and Development (ITD) announced today.

BANGKOK, June 27 – The private sector today called on the government to seriously concentrate on improving Thailand’s exports and avoid measures that jeopardise private sector business.

BANGKOK, June 27 – Public Health Minister Pradit Sintavanarong insisted that the latest Thai tobacco regulation which requires 85 per cent of space on cigarette packets dedicated to health warning is appropriate.

BANGKOK, June 27 - The Greenpeace vessel Esperanza is now docked in Bangkok's Klong Toey Port to promote the environmental NGO's campaign to stop destructive overfishing in Thailand.

Saturday, 29 June 2013 10:38

Opposition slams new cabinet reshuffle

BANGKOK, June 27 - Thailand's Opposition Democrat Party slammed the upcoming cabinet reshuffle today, saying it was a reaction to the heavily-criticised rice pledging scheme which resulted in losses and a lack of transparency.

BANGKOK, June 27 - Airports of Thailand (AoT) announced that it earned a profit of more than Bt7.9 billion in the first half of the 2013 fiscal year (Oct 2012-Mar 2013), an increase from Bt4.2 billion year-on-year.

BANGKOK, June 27 – The Administrative Court today suspended the government’s mega water management project pending a compulsory environmental impact assessment (EIA) and public hearing before the design and construction start.

Thursday, 27 June 2013 13:40

Thai exports down 5.25% in May

BANGKOK, June 26 – Thailand’s exports dropped 5.25 per cent in May to a total value at US$19.83 billion due to the global economic slowdown, Permanent Secretary for Commerce Vatchari Vimuktayon said today.

BANGKOK, June 26 - Thai AirAsia (TAA), a Bangkok-based budget airline, is seeking to open a direct flight from Bangkok to the Myanmar capital by October, ahead of the year-end regional sports event SEA Games.

BANGKOK, June 26 – Joint public-private rice scrutiny agencies will inspect rice mills and warehouses nationwide tomorrow amid the latest report of more than 2.5 million tonnes of grains missing from government stockpiles.

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