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As Myanmar has recently opened up for foreign trade and investments, many Thai companies are eying to invest in the neighboring country, one among which is state-owned Krung Thai Bank, which has opened a representative office in Rangon to offer financial services to Burmese and Thai investors.

BANGKOK, Jan 3 - The number of cars and pickup trucks produced in Thailand this year could increase to 2.7 million from the earlier targetted 2.5 million, according to the Thai Automotive Industry Association (TAIA).

BANGKOK, Jan 3 – Thailand's National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) today ordered state-owned TOT and three major mobile operators to pay a combined fine of more than Bt50 million for breaching the law on mobile services to their customers.

BANGKOK, Jan 3 – Safety measures for tourists will be enhanced and highlighted as a national agenda, the Tourism and Sports Ministry announced today.

BANGKOK, Jan 3 – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to seek the Criminal Court’s verdict on a move by the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to investigate its 30-year agreement recently signed with the private sector to operate the city’s elevated electric rail system.

BANGKOK, Jan 3 – The government will set up a tripartite spokesperson team to give more coherent information to the public on domestic security situation, Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha disclosed today.

BANGKOK, Jan 3 – Thailand Post will create the widest stamp in the country's postal history to mark the coming National Children’s Day, a senior executive of the state corporation said today.

Friday, 04 January 2013 09:55

Floods hit Thailand's southern provinces

NARATHIWAT, Jan 3 – Heavy rain triggered flooding in several southern provinces and disaster zones have been declared to facilitate processes to assist flood victims.

BANGKOK, Jan 3 - Thailand's death toll from road accidents during the "Seven Dangerous Days” of the New Year's holidays has reached 365, up from last year's record.

BANGKOK, Jan 2 - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is satisfied with the robust tourism cash exchange during the New Year period with about Bt13 billion having been circulated.

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