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THAI resumes Japan flights as usual

BANGKOK, 15 July 2011  – Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) has resumed all flights to Japan as normal after its operations had to...

2011 GDP growth expected at 4-5%

BANGKOK, 30 June 2011 – The Ministry of Finance has maintained the Thai Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expansion in 2011 at 4-5% as...

Thai production index down 3.88% in May

BANGKOK, June 28 -- Thailand’s Manufacturing Production Index (MPI) fell by 3.88 per cent in May year-on-year, mainly owing to a drop in...

Poultry exports to Japan to be increased

BANGKOK, 26 June 2011 - Director-General of the Department of Trade Negotiations, Nantawan Sakuntanak disclosed that International Trade Promotion Office in Japan had...

Thai exports grow 17.6% in May

Thai exports in May grew by 17.6 percent, rising to US$19.46 billion while the country’s exports in the first five months of this...

Thai exports grow 17.6% in May: Commerce Ministry

BANGKOK, June 20 – Thai exports in May grew by 17.6 per cent, rising to US$19.46 billion while the country’s exports in the first...

Special Report: Thailand and FTA with EU

Thai PBS has hosted the seminar on the FTA between Thailand and the European Union on 1 May 2011 at Conrad Hotel in Bangkok....

2011 car production expected at 1.65mn units

BANGKOK, 3 June 2011 – Vehicle production in 2011 is anticipated to stand at 1.65 million units as some Japanese- automobile manufacturers in Thailand...

Oil price increase likely after Japan quake

BANGKOK, 14 March 2011 (NNT) – Prices of petroleum products might increase following a rocketing demand in Japan after some of its refineries were...

THAI updates Japan Earthquake Situation

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) updates on THAI flights affected as a result of the earthquake and tsunami situation in Japan. ...

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It is What It is – Jan 18, 2012

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Unemployed Pattaya hotel workers wait desperately for aid

Pattaya’s hotels were left crestfallen after a much-anticipated meeting between tourism industry associations and local government officials ended with no word of economic aid. ...

Himalayan cherry trees blossom on chilly hills of northern Thailand

Chiang Mai - In Chiang Mai, COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the beauty of nature coming into bloom, especially at Khun Chang Khian on Doi Pui...

Bangkok and northern provinces expected to be blanketed with PM2.5 this week

Bangkok - This week a blanket of PM2.5 dust particles is expected to cover most parts of the Northern region and Bangkok, as the...

Thai military sets up 10 field hospitals nationwide to treat COVID-19 patients

Bangkok  - The Prime Minister has thanked all sectors for their cooperation in the government’s COVID-19 response, praising private firms that have allowed health...