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AUKLAND, March 22 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today led a Thai delegation for talks on trade and investment with New Zealand businessmen, targeting  doubled bilateral commercial cooperation by 2020.

BANGKOK, March 20 -- Six suspected drug dealers were arrested while delivering illicit drugs in Bangkok's Thawi Watthana district with 400,000 methamphetamine pills and 7 kilogrammes of crystal methamphetamine or ice with a street value of Bt140 million. 

BANGKOK, March 21 – Thailand’s first amphibious vehicle to brace for floods was unveiled by a leading university in Bangkok on Wednesday.

Thursday, 21 March 2013 14:46

Large haul of drugs seized in Chiang Rai

CHIANG RAI, March 21 - Thai police arrested an ethnic Hmong man in this northern province Wednesday and seized one million amphetamine pills and 30 kg of ice (methamphetamine) in his possession.

BANGKOK, March 20 – Thailand’s Defence Minister Sukumpol Suwanatat  said today that only a few rounds of dialogue with Muslim insurgent groups will not solve the continuing violence in the country’s far South.

BANGKOK, March 20 – Three bills seeking to amend Thailand’s constitution by section were officially submitted to the speaker of the Parliament today.

BANGKOK, March 21 – Seven complaints involving the March 3 Bangkok  gubernatorial election are pending review by the Bangkok Election Commission (EC) as the 30-day deadline is drawing closer.

BANGKOK, March 20 – Thailand's baht currency surged to a record high in five years today, compelling the jittery finance minister to discuss a possible intervention by the central bank.

BANGKOK, March 20 – The Thai government will not respond with any special measures to tackle the baht’s rapid appreciation, the deputy prime minister/finance minister said today.

BANGKOK, March 21 – Thailand’s central bank chief admitted that the Thai baht has strengthened too rapidly, mainly due to speculation and manipulation by currency traders and buyers.

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