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Thai commercial attaches brief Commerce Minister on EU crisis

BANGKOK, 28 June 2012  – Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom has acknowledged the plans of Thai commercial attaches worldwide in tackling the EU economic...

Commerce Ministry to expand Thai Select initiative to overseas restaurants

BANGKOK, 23 June 2012  – The Commerce Ministry is set to further endorse the quality of Thai food business, in hopes of turning it...

Commerce Ministry: Thai exports will grow 15% in 2012 as planned

BANGKOK, 17 June 2012  - The Commerce Ministry has reaffirmed that the government's export growth target for this year will be achieved as...

Commerce Ministry set to discuss measure to boost export with private...

BANGKOK, 5 May 2012  – The Ministry of Commerce will hold a meeting with the private sector, on 8th June, to discuss a...

Commerce Ministry joins hands with ASEAN rice producers to set rice...

BANGKOK, 31 May 2012  – The Ministry of Commerce has collaborated with counterparts in other ASEAN rice-producing nations to establish a set of...

Thai PM leaves Bangkok for official visit to Australia

BANGKOK, May 26 -- Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra left Bangkok this morning for an official visit to Australia during May 26-29 as...

Commerce Minister: High G-to-G demand for Thai rice

BANGKOK, 21 May 2012  – Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom has boasted that many foreign countries are keen to make government-to-government (G2G) purchases of...

Producers to maintain prices of more than 200 items to shore...

BANGKOK, 16 May 2012 – Business operators have expressed their support to the government’s scheme to help shore up consumer burden by offering...

Commerce Minister speeding up details of new price-controlled product list

BANGKOK, 16 May 2012– The Commerce Minister is pushing to draw a conclusion on the details of the government’s list of price-controlled items,...

Prices of consumer goods to be fixed for another 4 months

BANGKOK, 13 May 2012  – Major consumer goods distributors will be requested to peg prices of their products for 4 months. ...

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