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Rubber cartel to include Vietnam

Vietnam has agreed to join a tripartite rubber committee in an attempt to coherently stabilize rubber prices in the global market, Deputy Agriculture...

Tripartite rubber cartel to start in Thailand next Monday

BANGKOK, Sept 28 - Thai rubber exporters who have enjoyed annual exports of more than 5,000 tonnes will be subject to slash their...

Rubber panel seeks Bt30 billion to stabilise price

BANGKOK, Sept 13 -- Thailand's Natural Rubber Policy Committee on Thursday moved to ask the Cabinet next week to approve a Bt30 billion...

Red Shirts mark 5th anniversary of 2006 coup

BANGKOK, Sept 18 - Red Shirt loyalists the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) gathered Sunday at the Democracy Monument in the Thai...

EC endorses MP status of 358 candidates, excluding Abhisit and Yingluck

BANGKOK, July 13 -- The Election Commission (EC) officially endorsed 358 member of parliament candidates but delayed the endorsement of 142 MP candidates...

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Thai parents to get 2,000 baht per child school aid, 50% discount on state-run...

Thailand’s Cabinet has approved an additional 23 billion baht to fund COVID-19 relief packages, including a parental subsidy of 2,000 baht per child, as...