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From Palace Kitchens to Today’s Eateries exhibition open in Bangkok

BANGKOK - The King Prajadhipok Museum in the capital is organizing an exhibition showcasing the history of Thai food. The exhibition, entitled "From Palace Kitchens...

Members of Royal Family cook food, take care of mourners arriving...

People from across the country arriving in Bangkok not only have the chances to pay their last respects to the beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej...

Commerce Ministry: June’s inflation rate as low as 2.56%

BANGKOK, 2 July 2012  – The Commerce Ministry has revealed that the rate of inflation in June was as low as 2.56 percent thanks...

ASEAN to gear up for possible emergencies with food safety strategy

BANGKOK, 27 June 2012  – As a preparation measure for the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), the 10 ASEAN nations have united with Bangladesh,...

Singaporean businesspeople hold trade talks with Thai counterparts in Chiang Mai

BANGKOK, 17 February 2012  - The Thai export promotion agency has organized a meeting between entrepreneurs in Chiang Mai and their counterparts from...

September inflation drops 0.33 per cent from August: Commerce Ministry

NONTHABURI, Oct 3 – Thailand’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) in September was 112.86, down 0.33 per cent from August, its first drop in 11...

Navy, royal charity deliver 1,310 bags of relief supplies to flood-stricken...

The Royal Thai Navy cooperated with the Princess Pa Foundation to deliver first aid supplies and food to more than 1,300 victims of flooding...

Thai products draw Hanoians’ interests

Hanoi, Aug.11  – Over 130 Thai businesses are showcasing their products at the 11 th Thailand Products Exhibition, part of activities to mark the...

5.8 tons of narcotic drugs incinerated

AYUTTHAYA, 24 June 2011 – The Ministry of Public Health has incinerated over 5,800 kilogrammes of confiscated narcotic drugs worth 7.4 billion baht...

Youth urged to take vocational studies to solve labour shortage

BANGKOK, 14 June 2011 – The Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) has suggested the government encourage more youngsters to take vocational studies as a...

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