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North Pattaya Alliance launched to boost targeted tourism sectors

A very well attended press conference was held at the Cape Dara Hotel on Wednesday the 25th of June for the official launch of...

Democrats solicit Chonburi views to help build new platform

The Democratic Party asked Chonburi-area residents for suggestions on how to “design and assemble Thailand” in a forum aimed at helping the minority...

PILC holds AGM, elects new president & committee

The Pattaya International Ladies Club (PILC) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Cape Dara Hotel in Naklua on Tuesday, February 5....

YWCA celebrates New Year … twice

The YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center celebrated the new year twice, both western and Chinese style. The YWCA invited members to the Cape Dara restaurant...

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Thai Credit Guarantee Corp to assist struggling SMEs saddled with bad debts

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Thailand-Russia trade expansion MoU targeting US$10 billion by 2023 approved

The Cabinet has approved a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the expansion of trade and economic cooperation between Thailand and Russia. The objective of the...

Bangkok’s Mass Rapid Transit master plan phase 2 to alleviate traffic jams in city...

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Thailand Eastern Economic Corridor investment projects pushed forward again

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