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Suvarnabhumi’s tarmac renovation plan approved since 2014

BANGKOK – Concrete will be used for paving the taxiways and airport aprons at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, as detailed in a renovation plan approved...

Wot’s going on? Airlines fuel surcharges continue despite oil price plunge

Bangkok: Leading travel agency groups are asking the international airline body, IATA, why carriers are continuing to add fuel surcharges to ticket prices when...

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Thailand’s leading industrial power producer fetches green loan for largest solar venture in Vietnam

B.Grimm Power Plc (BGRIM), Thailand’s leading industrial power producer, has signed a US$186 million syndicated loan with a group of lenders including Asian Development...

Thailand among the first nations to launch COVID-19 vaccine

The Ministry of Public Health has announced that the procurement and development of COVID-19 vaccines are on track, with a goal to make an...

Thai police will start issuing arrest warrants for protesters with enough evidence

The Prime Minister has ordered the police and government officials to prevent a third party from intervening and causing an unwanted situation for political...

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation in Thailand

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation in Thailand as of 20 October 2020, 11.30 Hrs. (TAT) (adsbygoogle...

Pattaya protests continue for 3rd day

Small pro-democracy protests continued in Pattaya for a third day, this time moving to outside the Terminal 21 shopping mall. ...