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BANGKOK, March 26 - Members of a drug smuggling ring comprised of ethnic Lisu hill people on Tuesday were arrested with drugs worth Bt600 million. 

BANGKOK, March 27 – Nearly three million Thai people quit drinking alcohol in the last decade, but the number of alcoholic beverage shops has increased by 120,000 outlets, according to an independent survey.

BANGKOK, March 27 – Thailand's opposition bloc has announced its plan for a parliamentary showdown, with 60 MPs lining up to debate against the government-sponsored bill seeking Bt2 trillion loans for Thailand’s infrastructure investment.

BANGKOK, March 27 – A civic group in Thailand’s far South has submitted an open letter to the government, advocating support for tomorrow’s peace talks between a Thai delegation and Muslim militant groups.

BANGKOK, March 26 – Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today urged the Thai delegation to work with fullest capacity in its defence of Thai interests in the Phra Viharn temple conflict at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) next month.

BANGKOK, Mar 26 – A slowdown in auto deliveries to first-car buyers may have a negative impact on Thailand's auto industry, which has targetted manufacturing at least 2.6 million units this year, a Thai industrialist said today.

BANGKOK, March 26 – Thailand’s trade and investment performance has slipped and now lags behind several neighbouring countries during the last three years, according to the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.

Wednesday, 27 March 2013 13:06

Thailand adds funds to joint rubber venture

BANGKOK, March 26 – The Thai cabinet today approved an injection of US$3.3 million (Bt109.89 million) into the tripartite rubber consortium for rubber price stability in the global market.

LAMPANG, March 26 – A record level of dust has enveloped this northern province since yesterday, with an increasing number of people seeking medical treatment for respiratory ailments.

BANGKOK, March 25 – The Bangkok South Criminal Court today acquitted two suspects of charges of arson at the CentralWorld shopping complex during the May 2010 political upheaval in the Thai capital.

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