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UTCC: Farmers in 100,000-baht debt on average

BANGKOK, 17 August 2012 - A survey by the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has indicated that Thai farmers on average...

Private sector urges govt to integrate works of different agencies

BANGKOK, 31 July 2012  – The University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has revealed that the private sector wants different government agencies...

Expert: Thai export to expand by less than 10%

BANGKOK, 5 June 2012  - The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has predicted that the Thai export figure will expand...

2011 econ projected to expand at 4.4%

BANGKOK, 4 May 2011  – The 2011 Thai economy will grow at 4.4% provided domestic politics is stable, and the upcoming general election...

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Detained during coup, Chadchart elected Bangkok governor by landslide in win for ‘true democracy’

Eight years ago today, Chadchart Sittipunt was arrested, handcuffed and detained during the 2014 coup. Today he was elected democratically in a landslide as...

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Thailand sees increased investment in EEC; exports as primary driver for economic growth

Thailand’s economy is expected to continue growing amid the inflation crisis, as authorities reaffirm their commitment to addressing all existing challenges. Energy Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow...

Bangkok residents vote for governor amid rainfall in some districts

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has announced an overview of the Bangkok governor election and urged residents to cast their ballots. BMA Permanent Secretary Khachit...

Unofficial results of Bangkok election to be released around 9 p.m.

Voters cast their ballots at polling booths in 50 districts throughout Bangkok for the Bangkok governor election. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) reported no major...