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Japanese businesses believe Thailand will have prominent role in AEC

BANGKOK, 17 September 2015 – Japanese businesses are still confident of making investments in Thailand as it is anticipated that Thailand will play a...

Customs seeks suggestions on regulatory, system changes

Planning to modernize before Thailand joins the ASEAN Economic Community, the Customs Department met in Pattaya to brainstorm changes to regulations and electronic...

Skål National President: “Thailand’s tourism has a great future”

“Tourism in Thailand has a great future. The hospitality industry has recovered completely from a chain of natural disasters and political disruptions and...

Pattaya journalists host lecture to raise money for child shelter

The Pattaya Press Association hosted a lecture on Buddhist dharma to raise funds for the Anti-Human Trafficking and Child-Abuse Center. Association President Amporn...

PTT to boost retail oil business in region

Thailand’s state-owned oil conglomerate, PTT Plc, plans to invest at least Bt3 billion (about US$100 million) to expand its retail oil business network...

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Dortmund, Germany (AP) — The only thing missing for Borussia Dortmund was a goal. The German team did everything but score as Barcelona barely held...