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Commerce Ministry pushes for fruit sales online

BANGKOK - The Ministry of Commerce has been prepared to launch fruit sales online, expecting it to become a direct medium between consumers and...

NBTC asked to deal with online movie services

The Federation of National Film Association of Thailand submitted a letter of petition to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission to take action against...

Students warned of buying fake diplomas from fraudsters

The Ministry of Education has recently sought help from the Ministry of Digital for Economy and Society to track down a fraudulent gang which...

ICT Ministry is setting up national cyber protection system against online...

BANGKOK, 27 April 2012  - In an attempt to keep all types of cyber and electronic crimes in Thailand at bay, the Ministry...

Businesses can now pay their taxes online

On June 8 at Jomtien revenue and taxation office, a seminar was held to educate local business operators. Lecturer Ronawat Suwanpirom...

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Chinese man, Thai nominee arrested for ‘Loan Sharking’

Bangkok - Tan Huan Yu and his Thai accomplice Jamjuree Tanpan were found to have used a condominium in Bangkok as their office to...

Three more Covid-19 cases reported in Thailand

BANGKOK - Thailand has reported three new Covid-19 confirmed cases, raising the total cases in the country to 40. ...

Over 400 schools in Bangkok ordered to close due to poor air quality

BANGKOK - Over 400 schools in Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) were ordered to close Wednesday and Thursday as the meteorological department forecast a rise...