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NACC expedites probe into separatist remarks made by ministers

BANGKOK, 18 March 2014  The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has agreed to investigate the case against the Prime Minister and two Cabinet ministers over...

Red Shirt MPs to abstain from Amnesty Bill vote

BANGKOK, Oct 31 – Leaders of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), the Red Shirt group, will refrain from exercising their votes...

Commerce Min to sell rice from govt stock at low price...

BANGKOK, 18 September 2013 The Ministry of Commerce will sell 200,000 tons of 5% white rice in government stock in small packages at a...

Deputy Commerce Minister supports negotiation with rubber protesters

BANGKOK, 17 September 2013 Deputy Commerce Minister Nattawut Saikua is calling on MPs in the areas where rubber protests are taking place to talk...

Commerce Min expects over 70,000 business registrations this year

BANGKOK, 10 September 2013 The Commerce Minister is expecting to see more than 70,000 newly-opened businesses by the end of this year, thanks to...

Thailand’s jewellery exports expected to grow 3-5 per cent this year

Thailand's jewellery exports are expected to grow 3-5 per cent this year, according to the chairman of the Thai Gems and Jewelry Traders Association....

Commerce Ministry wants Thailand to be ASEAN logistics hub

BANGKOK, Sept 4 - Thailand's Ministry of Commerce hopes that Thailand will become the logistics hub of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)....

Commerce Ministry auctioned 200,000 tonnes of rice, only 30,000 tonnes sold

BANGKOK, Aug 21 – The newest batch of 30,000 tonnes of rice under the government’s pledging scheme will be sold to two companies which...

Commerce Ministry to merge 3 low-cost retail chains

Three retail outlets selling inexpensively-priced goods, and operated separately by the Commerce Ministry, will be merged into a single entity, according to Deputy Commerce...

Nattawut: Maintaining of 15,000 baht pledged price will not ruin fiscal...

BANGKOK, 2 July 2013 The Deputy Commerce Minister has said the maintaining of the rice pledging price at 15,000 baht will not ruin the...

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Bangkok Airways suspends all domestic flights April 7-30

Bangkok, 31 March, 2020, at 17.00 Hrs. – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to inform foreign and Thai travelers that all...