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April consumer confidence at highest in seven months

BANGKOK, May 2 - Thailand's Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) last month reached its highest point since last year's flood crisis, while the cost...

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...

Private sector shows greater confidence after Charter Court approves two financial...

BANGKOK, 23 February 2012 -The private sector has reportedly showed sign of confidence after the Constitutional Court gave nod to the two executive decrees...

November Consumer Confidence Index falls to 10-year low: UTCC

BANGKOK, Dec 8 – Thailand’s Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) fell in November to a 10-year low due to flooding in the country’s central provinces...

Pheu Thai confident with minimum wage hike policy

BANGKOK, 5 August 2011  – The Pheu Thai Party is confident that its policy to increase daily minimum wage to 300 baht will...

Export growth in Q3 likely to slow down

BANGKOK, 11 July 2011  – Expansion in Thai exports is anticipated to slow down in the third quarter of 2011, according to the...

New Zealand – Thai Chamber of Commerce expands to Eastern Seaboard

The New Zealand - Thai Chamber of Commerce has announced the expansion of its presence to the Eastern Seaboard and Pattaya areas. New...

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“New Abnormal’ year begins at Maryvit Pattaya School

Opening day went smoothly, if not strangely, at Maryvit Pattaya School. The “new normal” school environment was anything but normal for students, parents and teachers....

Pattaya beer bars reopen, hoping someone drops in

Pattaya’s beer bars can open again, but the question remains whether anyone will go. Owners spent July 1 cleaning and sterilizing stools, surfaces and equipment...

‘Travel Bubble’ viable as Covid-19 situation in Thailand improves

Thailand’s travel bubble scheme is feasible as the Covid-19 situation here has improved, said the Director-General of the Disease Control Department. ...

Thai Buddhists to observe religious holidays in ‘New Normal’ way

Asalha Bucha Day, marking the day Lord Buddha delivered his first Sermon before the first five disciples in Buddhism, is observed this year on...

Schools in Thailand reopen with strict hygiene rules

After months of closure due to COVID-19, schools across Thailand reopened on Wednesday under hygiene guidelines and attendance restrictions to prevent the coronavirus outbreak. ...