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Asian stocks slump on profit-taking after US-NKorea tensions

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets slumped on Friday following overnight losses on Wall Street as U.S. President Donald Trump's bellicose remarks...

Survey finds pervasive corruption in Asia hindering progress

TOKYO (AP) — A survey by the anti-graft group Transparency International shows that bribery and other forms of corruption are hindering poverty alleviation and...

Trump in Asia: Region poised for change as new era dawns

BEIJING (AP) — People across Asia are poised for a potentially dramatic change in relations with Washington under President Donald Trump after decades with...

Study: Typhoons that slam Asia getting much stronger

Washington (AP) — Typhoons that slam into land in the northwestern Pacific — especially the biggest tropical cyclones of the bunch — have gotten...

Blown away at Sunday Softball

Sunday Sept 2nd was breezy and mostly cloudy which made for perfect playing conditions for the 24 softball players who came to the Thai...

Amata Corporation to develop Dawei industrial estate in Myanmar

BANGKOK, Aug 20 - Thailand's leading developer and manager of factory estates, the Amata Corporation, is negotiating with partners to develop an industrial estate...

‘Just Burgers’ and ‘Sunrise Tacos’ share the spoils

PSC Sunday Softball Sunday August 12th saw 19 players come out to the best softball field in Asia at the Thai Polo Club for...

Just Burgers takes 2 out 3 over Sunrise Tacos in softball

Sunday August 5th saw 25 players come out to the best softball field in Asia at the Thai Polo Club for the weekly Pattaya...

Phuket: Door to Thailand

Phuket has quietly positioned itself as an alternative gateway to Bangkok and the long-term strategy is beginning to pay off. ...

New TAT Research Provides Insights into Five Key European Markets

Bangkok, July 27, 2012 - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has carried out a broad-based consumer research study in five key European markets...

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Fruit vendor sacrifices to feed soi dogs

PATTAYA - Jirawat Chomchai makes 1,000 baht a day or less, but spends 200 of it to feed stray dogs. The Bung Kan Province native,...

Thailand ups restrictions on paraquat, other farm chemicals

Bangkok (AP) — The government said Wednesday it will allow continued use of the toxic weed killer paraquat and two other farm chemicals despite...

Diesel cost to be limited to no more than 30 baht per liter

Bangkok - The Ministry of Energy has decided to limit the price of diesel fuel to no more than 30 baht per liter while...

Cabinet gives nod to hiring consultants for eastern railway development

Bangkok - The Cabinet has set aside a budget for hiring a consulting firm for two railway projects in the eastern region, with an...

Phayao to hold world’s only candle procession on water

Phayao - Phayao province is preparing to mark Vesak Day on May 29 with the world's only candlelight procession on water. The ceremony, which is...

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