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Most Bangkokians see government’s water drill helping prevent floods: Poll

BANGKOK, Sept 9 - More than half the Bangkokians surveyed believed the government's water drill last week can help prevent future floods in the...

Bangkokians lack confidence in government’s ability to tackle rising cost of...

BANGKOK, March 23 - A majority of poll respondents--61.3 per cent of the interviewed--said they were not confident in the government’s measures to...

Bangkokians feel at highest risk due to cost-of-living, debt: Survey

BANGKOK, Feb 7 - An opinion poll released on Tuesday indicated Bangkok residents feel the highest risk of their lives regarding cost-of-living expenses and...

Poll: Thai economy likely to see a downward trend

BANGKOK 3 October, 2011  - Economic experts from leading institutions believe that the country’s economy is seeing a downward trend in the near future,...

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Thailand needs to improve digitalization to facilitate ease of doing business

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Over 100,000 foreigners and half a million Thais expected to visit Phuket July to...

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has estimated the Phuket reopening planned for 1 July would draw more than 600,000 foreign and local tourists...