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Health minister attends World Health Assembly in Switzerland

GENEVA – Public Health Minister Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn attended the 70th World Health Assembly (WHA) in Switzerland and delivered a speech on "Building Better Systems...

Beach Volleyball Olympic stars head to Bangsaen

Thailand will host the last stop on 2012 FIVB Beach Volleyball Swatch World Tour.  The tournament is called the Bangsaen Thailand Open powered by...

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...

Multinational call centre gang arrested

BANGKOK, July 6 - A multi-national call centre gang was arrested on Friday in the Thai capital, according to Thai immigration police. ...

3 Britons arrested in call centre scam

BANGKOK, June 20 - Three British nationals were arrested for alleged involvement in a transnational call centre scam, Thailand’s Immigration Bureau chief said...

Growling Swan Golf kicks off in style

PSC Golf from The Growling Swan Tuesday, June 5, Eastern Star – Stableford This was a historic occasion for the twenty golfers who signed...

Kittiratt: WEF allows Thailand to show political-economic stability

BANGKOK, 29 May 2012  – The Thai government has expressed its readiness to play host to the upcoming World Economic Forum (WEF) on...

VN highlights achievements at WHO Assembly

Geneva , May 23 (VNA) – A Vietnamese health official has highlighted the country’s achievements in health care universalisation at the ongoing 65th General...

Thailand confident in benefiting greatly from the hosting of WEF on...

BANGKOK, 19 May 2012 – The government is confident that Thailand’s hosting of the World Economic Forum in Bangkok will add more economic...

SACICT targets arts & craft exports at USD800 mil

BANGKOK, 29 April 2012 – The SUPPORT Arts and Craft International Center of Thailand (SACICT) has set the target to export art and handicraft...

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