BANGKOK, March 31 - Thailand's exports in Q1 this year are expected to remain stagnant due to the ongoing political situations and the world economy, according to the Thai National Shippers's Council.
CHIANG MAI, March 30 - The Northern Meteorological Centre warned that local residents could face prolonged hot weather as the highest temperature was recorded in Lampang province today at almost 41 degree Celsius.
BANGKOK, April 1 - Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister/Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said today that the Internal Security Act (ISA) is sufficient for the authorities to control the situation on April 5 when both anti- and pro-government groups will set their mass rallies in motion.
BANGKOK, Apr 1 – The family of the Saudi businessman who was killed in Thailand 24 years ago will appeal yesterday's Criminal Court ruling to drop charges against five Thai police officers implicated in the case.
BANGKOK, March 31 – Thailand's National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) today expressed appreciation to caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra for personally defending herself against charges of dereliction of duty in her supervision of the rice pledging scheme.
The Constitution Court of Thailand’s decision to scrap the 2 trillion baht (US$62 billion) borrowing bill has pushed prices of land along the prospective rail lines down. Following the ruling to scrap the planned 2-trillion-baht infrastructure loan bill because the contents in the draft violate the constitution, Thai Real Estate Association president Pornnarit Chuanchaiyasit said the decision disappointed short-term investors as they would fail to cash in on previously projected land values up at double or triple their purchase price.
PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN, March 29 - Her Majesty Queen Sirikit has undergone a successful operation on Friday to treat a cataract in her left eye, according to the Royal Household Bureau.
BANGKOK, March 28 – Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra admitted today she was deeply concerned with her required clarifications to the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) on alleged irregularities in the rice pledging scheme on Monday.
CHIANG MAI, March 29 – Total spending of up to Bt1 billion will circulate in this northern province during the annual Songkran festival next month, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
BANGKOK, March 28 – Thailand's private sector today called for the formation of a permanent government as soon as possible, or the country will be overtaken by neighbouring countries.