BANGKOK, May 8 - True Move on Wednesday launched its fourth-generation (4G) wireless connection as Thailand's first provider to offer such service.
Thailand’s leading industrialists last week renewed pressure on the government, calling for measures to rein in the baht’s appreciation, cut the policy interest rate and stem foreign capital inflows.
Gecko exports in the northeastern province of Nakhon Phanom has become a lucrative business with total export value of at least ten million baht a month.
Two top executives of the Bangkok mass transit system May 3 denied charges of malfeasance in an agreement to manage the capital’s Skytrain extended services.
Thai shrimp farmers last week sought the Commerce Ministry’s assistance to respond to their declining production due to the spread of an infectious disease.
Thailand’s construction material exports in the first quarter of this year grew over 60% year-on-year to US$2.9 billion due to higher demand, particularly for steel.
BANGKOK, May 7 - Secondhand tobacco smoke at Thailand's main international airports registers four times higher than that at major international airports in the United States.
BANGKOK, May 7 – Members of the People’s Movement for a Just Society (Pmove) today called on the government to solve long-standing problems of farmers and rural people.
BANGKOK, May 7 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today voiced concern over the country’s political situation and called on the anti-judiciary protesters to demonstrate peacefully.
BANGKOK, May 8 – Thailand’s information and communication technology (ICT) minister has flatly ruled out an allegation that websites with slanderous attacks against the prime minister and her government were closed down.