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Finance Ministry: State-initiated debt moratorium to be reviewed

BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  – The Finance Ministry revealed that the state-initiated debt moratorium project is being reviewed to offer both lenders and...

Commerce Ministry confident Thai rice exports to hit 9.5-million-ton target in...

BANGKOK, 27 July 2012 – The Commerce Ministry is confident that the country’s rice exports will hit the planned target this year. ...

Thai rice exports to hit target of 9.5 million tons this...

BANGKOK, 12 July 2012  – The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Commerce is confident that the price of Thai rice will not fall...

Foreign diplomats urge Thai government to tackle tourist scams

BANGKOK, 11 July 2012  - Foreign diplomats met with Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Tourism and Sports to urge Thai authorities to clamp...

Transport Ministry: Euro crisis could delay transport projects

BANGKOK, 2 July 2012 – The Ministry of Transport will propose a debt restructuring plan to the Prime Minister while admitting that the Euro-zone...

Industry Ministry to crack the whip on waste treatment plants

BANGKOK, 2 July 2012  – Industry Ministry of Thailand is to strictly enforce law on industrial waste treatment plants, starting with 96 of them...

Thai inflation grows slowly in May

BANGKOK, June 1- Thailand’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) grew at a slower pace last month to stay at 115.23, up 0.39 per cent...

Labor Ministry helps uplift Thai labor for ASEAN integration

BANGKOK, 29 May 2012  – The Labor Ministry has held a seminar to help uplift Thai labor skills in preparation for the ASEAN...

PM calls on ministers to clarify census system crash

BANGKOK, 18 May 2012  - Following a nation-wide crash of the Thai census database system that paralyzed district offices’ administrative services yesterday, Prime...

Australia wants Thai workers to work in its construction industry

BANGKOK, 3 May 2012  - Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Labor Mrs. Songsri Boonba has revealed Australia is seeking skilled labor from...

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