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Two committees to work on Thai-EU FTA talks

BANGKOK, Feb 18 – A joint meeting of the state and private sectors on Monday agreed to form two committees to plan a...

Royal Cliff hosts electric convention

Narongsak Kamales, the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) Governor, and Taksin Watcharawittayakul, President of Thai Electrical & Mechanical Contractors Association (TEMCA) presided over...

Thai Chamber of Commerce urges government to boost investor confidence in...

BANGKOK, 23 March 2012  – The government has been urged to speedily boost foreign investor confidence in the country's water resources management plan...

Thai Chamber of Commerce: Japanese investor satisfied & more confident in...

  BANGKOK, 9 March 2012  - The Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) has been upbeat about positive responses from Japanese investors during the prime...

PM, opposition leader lead anti-corruption campaign Sunday

BANGKOK, Sept 25 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva urged all sectors to create a culture of honesty and not...

Private sector worrying about minimum wage rise

BANGKOK, 15 July 2011  – The private sector has expressed its concern over the plan of the new Pheu Thai-led government to raise...

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Pattaya and Nongprue residents give food to disabled, elderly & poor

Nongprue brought food and necessities to 20 poor, disabled, and elderly residents. Social Welfare chief Pattama Chanchiew and 11 volunteers brought food boxes to Banglamung...

Pattaya bar toasts lockdown

You can’t buy a beer, but you can get toast at a bar on Soi Yamato. The Little Hole Bar said Jan. 21 patrons can...

Pattaya’s Koh Larn island reopens with 5 daily ferries

Koh Larn reopened to the world on Thursday, with regular boat service resuming, although most travelers were residents of the Pattaya resort island. About 150...

Domestic tourism can’t save Pattaya’s ladyboy cabarets

While domestic tourism can keep many Pattaya businesses alive, some local institutions can’t survive without foreigners. One only needs to look at the Alcazar...

Pattaya City Hall begins daily food handouts

Pattaya has begun daily giveaways of food and necessities to aid those impacted by the city’s coronavirus lockdown with hopes it could be eased...