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Loan contract signed for implementation of Red Line train project

Thailand and Japan signed a loan agreement on Friday under which the Thai Finance Ministry will get 166,860 million yen or 53,479 million baht...

Thailand’s yen debt to be totally repaid to Japan

BANGKOK, Apr 15 – Thailand's Finance Ministry is cashing in on the strengthening Thai currency to pay the nation’s public debts at Y60...

Cabinet approves Bt350 billion fund for long-term water management

BANGKOK, Dec 27 - The cabinet on Tuesday approved a Bt350 billion fund to invest in integrated infrastructure projects for long-term water management to...

AS FLOODS RECEDE, CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS START IN BANGKOK AND AYUTTHAYA

Bangkok, November 24, 2011 — Bangkok Governor M.R. Sukhumbhand Paribatra joined in weekend clean-up operations in several districts of Bangkok and Thon Buri where...

Government gears up to restore investor confidence

NONTHABURI, Nov 24 - In an attempt to restore confidence among Japanese investors in post-flood Thailand, Deputy Prime Minister/Commerce Minister Kittirat Na Ranong on...

Ayutthaya drains flood; holds ‘Big Cleaning Day’ for Bang Pa-In Industrial...

AYUTTHAYA, Nov 21 – Thailand’s historic central province of Ayutthaya, heavily hit in the recent floods, is holding a 'Big Cleaning Day' for the...

Suvarnabhumi Airport confident of its flooding prevention system

Suvarnabhumi Airport is confident of its Flooding Prevention System and is constantly monitoring the water levels. Mr Somchai Sawasdeepon, Senior Executive...

PM gives assurances tap water meets standard

BANGKOK, Nov 9 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra assured the Thai public today that tap water is safe for consumption and up to standard...

Japan offers aid to flood victims

BANGKOK, 15 October 2011  – Japan has offered aid worth 12 million THB to flood victims in Thailand. A Korean Air...

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London (AP) — The World Health Organization on Monday announced Congo will start using a second experimental Ebola vaccine, as efforts to stop the...

20 killed, 70 hurt in protests in Indonesia’s Papua province

Jakarta, Indonesia (AP) — At least 20 people were killed Monday, including three shot by police, in violent protests by hundreds of people sparked...