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Thai PM: 2012 GDP likely to grow 4.5-5.5%

BANGKOK, Nov 9 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Wednesday said the country's economic growth next year could expand within the range of 4.5-...

Flood evacuees in Sattahip help pack relief supplies for those still...

Flood victims taking refuge in Sattahip helped Miss Thailand Universe Chanyasorn Sakornchan pack 5,000 bags of relief supplies the Thai Red Cross can...

PM asks western Bangkok residents for patience as flood will last...

BANGKOK, Nov 4 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday told residents living in western Bangkok to come to terms with the severe flood...

Tapwater quality at Khlong Prapa improved: Waterworks Authority

BANGKOK, Nov 4 – The water quality in Khlong Prapa, used for tap water production to serve the Thai capital, has been improved after...

No radiation contamination, chemical leak from flooded installations

BANGKOK, Nov 2 - The Thai government confirmed on Wednesday that there was neither radiation contamination nor chemical leaks at flood-ravaged premises and industrial...

Sawang Boriboon joins flood-relief efforts in Bangkok, Ayutthaya

Volunteers from Pattaya’s Sawang Boriboon Foundation joined flood-relief efforts in Bangkok and central Thailand, aiming to lend much needed help to hard-hit Sawang...

Pattaya, police officials donate 50 boats, supplies to Pathum Thani flood...

Pattaya city and police officials donated 50 boats filled with disaster-relief supplies to flood victims in Pathum Thani. Pattaya City Councilmen...

Bangchan Industrial Estate braces for flood after upstream sluice gate damage

BANGKOK, Nov 2 - The Bangchan Industrial Estate is prepared to handle incoming floodwater, which started to rise from underground drains and sewers there...

Toxic smoke injures 4

PATHUM THANI, 26 October 2011  - Four residents in Nonthaburi reportedly suffered toxic smoke inhalation after the embankment in Pathum Thani province broke open...

U.S. marines join thousands of Thais packing flood relief bags

CHON BURI, 24 October 2011  – U.S. marines join hands with thousands of Thai volunteers to pack flood relief bags to help Thai flood...

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