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Thai rice exports decline in first half of 2012 due to...

BANGKOK, 25 July 2012  – The Thai Rice Exporters Association has revealed that the quantity of rice exports in the first half of...

Some Like it Cold

Far be it from me to complain, but I get tired of hearing that old cliché about “serving red wine at room temperature”....

Monkey Business

It’s not often I get to taste Pinot Noir (PEE-noh NWAH) these days. Its spiritual home is the Burgundy region of France, where...

Commerce Ministry targets 15% export growth

BANGKOK, 18 February 2012 – The government is set to push the export growth this year to 15 percent in its latest bid...

350 MEDIA & TRAVEL AGENTS VISIT THAILAND ON “BEAUTIFUL THAILAND” MEGA...

Bangkok, December 14, 2011 — To ensure a rapid recovery from the recent flooding crisis, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has invited more...

Food & Hotel Thailand 2011 being held until 16 Sep

BANGKOK, 13 September 2011  – The Ministry of Tourism and Sports has launched the Food & Hotel Thailand 2011, which will run until 16...

Bangkok voted Best-Value City in the World

BANGKOK, 2 July 2011 – Bangkok has been voted the World’s Best-Value City in the June 2011 issue of the Sunday Times Travel...

Goodbye Africa

Africa - we all have our own visions of it when we hear the name.  What is it really like? What is its...

DEP aims 3% rise for Thai exports to Africa

BANGKOK, 21 June 2011 -The Department of Export Promotion (DEP) is determined to increase export volumes in Africa particularly with farm products, food...

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