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22 non-Thai companies breach foreign business law

BANGKOK, Feb 4 – Thailand's Ministry of Commerce has identified 22 violators of the Thai Foreign Business Act for holding more than half...

Govt brushes off reports of business shutdowns due to wage rise

BANGKOK, 3 February 2013  The government has dismissed news reports of business shutdowns, caused by the new 300-baht daily minimum wage raise, but...

DBD speedily uplifts Thai service businesses ahead of AEC

BANGKOK, 28 January 2013  The Department of Business Development DBD is speedily enhancing the Thai service sector in line with its 2013 strategy...

Thailand declares war on piracy, intellectual property violation

BANGKOK, Jan 18 – Thailand will set up a special centre to crack down on intellectual property infringement with tough government action against...

Minister insists wage hike not causing business closures

BANGKOK, Jan 9 - Deputy Commerce Minister Nattawut Saikua on Wednesday asserted that entrepreneurs closing their businesses, particularly in December, have nothing with...

Thailand’s major retail chains asked to sell rural manufacturers’ products

BANGKOK, Jan 7 – Retail mega stores in Thailand have been requested to promote the sale and distribution of products from rural producers...

Red Shirts told to avoid DSI Thursday

BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Deputy Commerce Minister and Red Shirt co-leader Nattawut Saikua today called on pro-government activists to refrain from rallying at...

Red Shirt activist jailed after court revokes bail

BANGKOK, Nov 30 – Embattled Pheu Thai MP Korkaew Pikulthong was sent to the Bangkok Remand Prison today after the Criminal Court revoked...

No court ruling on bail for Red Shirt MPs

BANGKOK, Nov 29 – Thailand’s Criminal Court did not give its ruling today on a petition to revoke bail for five Pheu Thai...

Red shirt rally draws 1,000

More than 1,000 people attended a one-day “school” on political action organized by the UDD “red shirt” group. Chanyuth Hengtrakul, local head of...

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