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BANGKOK, Jan 23 --  Thailand’s KasikornBank (KBank) has connected its online payment system with UnionPay International (UPI), China’s credit card giant, to serve the growing number of Chinese tourists visiting Thailand, with 3.3 million visitors expected this year. 

BANGKOK, Jan 23 - Thailand's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Ministry has set a goal to install free 300,000 WiFi service points nationwide in the second quarter of this year.

BANGKOK, Jan 23 - The presentation ceremony for the 2012 Prince Mahidol Award in the fields of Medicine and Public Health will be held at the Chakri Throne Hall on January 30.

BANGKOK, Jan 23 - Thailand's Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation seized 11 otters at the country's main international airport and confiscated other protected species at the heart of Bangkok.

BANGKOK, Jan 23 – Thailand's Foreign Ministry has called on the world community and other countries to lend their hands in solving the problem of Rohingya migrants in the long run.

BANGKOK, Jan 23 – An academic poll released today showed Democrat candidate Sukhumbhand Paribatra leading slightly and his rival Pongsapat Pongcharoen from the government bloc running almost neck and neck in their campaigns to win the March 3 Bangkok gubernatorial election.

BANGKOK, Jan 22 – Toyota Motor Thailand predicted its historic sales of 1.4 million vehicles last year to decline by 10 per cent to 1.2 million units this year, according to the company’s top executive. 

BANGKOK, Jan 22 - The government insists on keeping discipline over its budget and is confident that a budget balancing spending and revenue will be achieved within three years.

BANGKOK, Jan 22 – The Bank of Thailand (BoT) is closely monitoring the movement of Thai currency and ready to apply measures, if necessary, to tackle baht manipulation, Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul said today.

NAKHON SAWAN, Jan 22 – Some 50 people in a tiny village, about 10 km from the provincial town in this Thai province, gateway to the North, have led their entire lives without electricity, it was reported, and there is no promise or hint of change. 

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