BANGKOK, Jan 8 - The Center for International Trade Studies (CITS) of University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce forecast that Thailand's exports are still not looking bright for this year, particularly in main markets such as Japan, the EU, and the US.
BANGKOK, Jan 8 – The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) was told today to order TV Channel 3 to air the controversial soap opera Nua Mek 2, suspended since last Friday.
BANGKOK, Jan 8 - Teachers responding to a Suan Dusit poll said that capacity to apply cutting-edge technology is the strong point of Thai education, but the its weak point is that students still fail to develop analytical thinking.
BANGKOK, Jan 8 – Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubumrung leaves for Kuala Lumpur today for talks with high-level Malaysian officials on cooperation to maintain peace in Thailand’s troubled far South.
BANGKOK, Jan 8 – The anti-government People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) petitioned Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today, calling on her administration to defy the pending ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the contested land surrounding Phra Viharn (Preah Vihear) temple over Thai and Cambodian ownership.
BANGKOK, Jan 8 – The cabinet today approved a mini-package to alleviate the plight of smaller industries which are impacted by the nationwide minimum wage increase to Bt300.
BANGKOK, Jan 5 – More than 74 million passengers passed through six airports in Thailand last year, a 12 percent increase from the previous year, the Airports of Thailand (AoT) reported.
BANGKOK, Jan 7 – Retail mega stores in Thailand have been requested to promote the sale and distribution of products from rural producers nationwide, Deputy Commerce Minister Nattawut Saikua said.
BANGKOK, Jan 5 – A “relief package” to help smaller enterprises impacted by the nationwide minimum wage hike to Bt300 will be tabled to the cabinet on Tuesday, according to Labour Minister Phadermchai Sasomsub.
BANGKOK, Jan 7 - The clash between Thai authorities and drug smugglers in which four suspects were killed on Sunday took place on the Thai-Myanmar border where a drug trafficking route controlled by the leader of an ethnic minority group, a senior Thai official said today.