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Songkran to generate over 100 billion baht

BANGKOK - The Center for Economic and Business Forecasting of the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) predicts that spending during the...

11-month cross border trade surpasses 1.33 trillion baht

The Department of Foreign Trade announced that total cross-border trade and commerce along Thailand’s borders for the first 11 months of 2016 was in...

November exports increase by over 10%

Exports for November rose over 10% with value jumping in excess of US$18.9 billion, the Trade Policy and Strategy Office says. Ms Pimchanok Wonkoporn, deputy...

Rice exports this year will meet target

Thailand has so far exported over nine million tons of rice this year. Director-general of the Department of Foreign Trade Mrs Duangporn Rodphaya revealed that...

Thailand’s growth rate is expected to rise to 3.1 percent from...

Thailand’s economic growth rate for this year is expected to register 3.1 percent instead of 2.5 percent as earlier predicted, thanks to effective fiscal...

Thailand ranked the world’s 46th best destination for “ease of doing...

Thailand was ranked the world's 46th best destination for ease of doing business, according to the World Bank’s flagship publication ‘Doing Business 2017’. The survey...

Japanese entrepreneurs express readiness to invest in premium grade steel in...

BANGKOK – Japanese steelmakers have expressed their intention to expand investments in premium grade steel to demand from ten target industries, in accordance with...

Commerce Ministry to scramble for 20 billion baht damage pay over...

BANGKOK- The Ministry of Finance has called on the Ministry of Commerce to have six politicians and government officials pay an estimated 20 billion...

Commerce Ministry to focus more on economic self-sufficiency

BANGKOK, 25 September 2015 -The Ministry of Commerce has announced its determination to improve the Thai economy by making it more independent from overseas...

India and Myanmar’s MOU to boost Thai economy

BANGKOK, 3 July 2012  – India and Myanmar have signed an MOU on economy, commerce, and investment, which is expected to help boost Thai...

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The Prime Minister and Defense Minister, has participated in Pansuk Plukrak (sharing happiness, planting love) volunteer activities, by releasing fish and planting vegetables at...

A path worth travelling, ‘Discovering Ratchaburi’, west of Thailand

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has identified Ratchaburi as one of Thailand’s 55 secondary destinations that is both rich in ancient history and...

Chinese medical companies to move production bases to Thailand

Though COVID-19 has badly impacted many industries, some such as medical science and technological advancement may benefit from aspects of the crisis. ...

Appeal Court upholds jail term for Thai construction tycoon in black leopard hunting case

Thailand’s Appeal Court has upheld the six-month prison sentence for Thai construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta for illegal possession of guns in relation to the...

Updates during COVID-19 Crisis

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