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Bang Chak’s oil depot in Bang Pa-in still survives flooding

AYUTTHAYA, Oct 17 - Bang Chak Petroleum's oil depot in this province's Bang Pa-in district is still surviving flooding owing to its five-metre flood...

Ministry of Labor: Wage rise of 40% same across the nation

BANGKOK, 15 September 2011 -Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Labor, Mr. Somkiat Chayasriwong insisted that the 40% minimum wage rise would be equally...

PTT to adopt daily minimum wage hike policy in 2012

BANGKOK, 2 September 2011 – Domestic refinery and retailer PTT Plc is preparing to increase the daily minimum wage to 300 baht beginning 1...

Wage scheme will be first launched in 7 pilot provinces

BANGKOK, 31 August 2011 -The Ministry of Labor is launching a pilot program for the 300 THB minimum wage policy which will be...

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Pattaya pretties up newly opened beaches

Pattaya prettied up its shoreline now that beaches have reopened. Environment Department workers were out June 1 pruning trees on Pattaya and Jomtien Beaches so...

Thunderstorms all week over Pattaya and East Thailand

Weather Forecast for Pattaya City and Eastern Thailand Cloudy with fairly widespread thundershowers and isolated heavy rains in Nakhon Nayok, Chachoengsao, Chonburi, Rayong, Chanthaburi and...

Only 20% of Chonburi tourist attractions ready to reopen

With Thailand’s borders closed, hotels shuttered and provincial travel limited, it should come as no surprise that Chonburi tourist attractions saw business decline 80...

Thailand’s tourism stimulus packages mulled for business revival

BANGKOK – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and the Ministry of Finance plan to launch two tourism stimulus packages to help reeling tourism...

Thailand developing ‘Family Vaccine’, immunity to mental health illnesses

BANGKOK- The Ministry of Public Health is developing a Family Vaccine to provide citizens with immunity to mental health illnesses. The COVID-19 situation is gradually...