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Cabinet orders establishment of Rail Transport Department

BANGKOK – The Cabinet has ordered that a “Rail Transport Department” be set up within this year to separate the roles of rail regulator...

Government spokesman: No additional public days during Sept 24-27

The idea floated by the Tourism Authority of Thailand for the government to declare September 24-27 public holidays to promote tourism has been shot...

New vehicular excise tax rates depend on CO2 emissions, from 2016

BANGKOK, Dec 19 - The Cabinet yesterday approved a new excise tax structure to take effect in January 2016 in accord with a...

Cabinet informed of the progress on elevated dam constructions in Chao...

BANGKOK, 5 September 2012 – The Cabinet has acknowledged some progress on the construction of elevated dams in the Chao Phraya and the...

Thailand planned new state-sponsored investment stimulus programs

BANGKOK, 8 August 2012  – Thailand is set to implement more investment stimulus programs to pave ways for the development of the country. ...

Special Report: Thai Women’s Day

Although women have played bigger roles in the society in recent decades, gender inequalities and other disadvantages are somehow perceivable. 1 August of...

Cabinet nods to compensation for palm oil imports

BANGKOK, 30 July 2012  - The Cabinet has agreed to spend 24 million-baht emergency budget to import 10,000 tons of palm oil and...

Cabinet Retreat in Surin ready to hear problems of voters

BANGKOK, 25 July 2012  – The Cabinet is ready to hear problems of the public during its upcoming mobile meeting in the Northeast. ...

Labor Ministry to speedily tackle labor shortage in construction sector

BANGKOK, 12 July 2012 – The Labor Ministry is set to speedily tackle the problem of labor shortage in the construction sector. ...

Cabinet approves new income rates for state enterprise employees

BANGKOK, 10 July 2012  - Labor Minister Mr. Padermchai Sasomsap said the Cabinet has approved a pay raise for state enterprises employees, which will...

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A monk collecting alms died after being gored and trampled by a wild elephant in Chonburi. The body of Suthem Runganan, 52, was found Oct....