PARIS, July 21 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Saturday said her European trip, which took her to Germany and France was considered good timing to show Thailand's concern as European countries weathered an economic crisis while also building confidence in Thai democracy and economy.
TAK, July 18 2012 – Thailand yesterday hosted a meeting of the Thai-Myanmar Joint Border Committee in Tambon Mae Pa, Mae Sot District, Tak Province. The Thai delegation was headed by Colonel Ukrit Nutkhamhang, head of the task force unit of the Fourth Army Area...
PARIS, July 20 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday urged France and Thailand to expand their reciprocal investments so as to help stimulate the French economy and expand business opportunities for more Thai companies.
BERLIN, July 20 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra arrives in France today on the second leg of her official visit to Europe since taking office last year and the first visit to France by a Thai premier in seven years.
The Thai automobile industry has been growing steadily over the past several months and still seems to continue to prosper. The market segment that is taking the most out of this business belongs to the small car industry.
BANGKOK, 18 July 2012 – The University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has lowered its economic growth estimation for this year from earlier predicted at 5.9% to 5.6%, citing global economic crisis and domestic political situation as influential factors.
BANGKOK, July 17 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will leave Bangkok this afternoon for an official visit to Germany and France today through Sunday to strengthen ties between Thailand and the two European countries.
BANGKOK, July 17 2012 – The Board of Investment (BOI) has reported that the value of foreign direct investment (FDI) projects registered for investment promotion during the first six months of this year almost touched 280 billion baht.
BANGKOK, July 16 – The Myanmar authorities will first release about ten Thai women and children who were detained during a land encroachment incident earlier this month, Deputy Prime Minister Gen Yuthasak Sasiprapa said today.