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Bt300 wage hike projected to slightly spur growth: Academic

BANGKOK, MARCH 29 -- Implementation of the government's Bt300 (US$10) national daily minimum wage policy, which will take effect Sunday (April 1) in...

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...

Deputy PM confident govt policies to boost 2012 GDP by 2.5%

BANGKOK, Aug 31 – Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Kittirat Na Ranong is confident that the government policies to be fully implemented...

UTCC: Middle East unrest will not prompt oil price to rise

Bangkok, 21 March (NNT) - Thanawat Polwichai, the director of the Economic and Business Forecasting Centre at the University of Thai Chamber of...

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Cabinet orders all agencies to expedite disbursement of budgets and investment funds

The Cabinet has directed all agencies to expedite the disbursement of budgets and investment funds. According to Karom Phonphonklang, Deputy Government Spokesperson, Prime Minister Srettha...

Thailand-India discuss megaproject investment and alternative medicine

Thailand’s Minister of Foreign Affairs has visited India, where officials from both countries held a joint commission meeting on bilateral cooperation. Both sides took...

Thailand launches first health care center for monks in Uthai Thani

The Ministry of Public Health, the Ministry of Interior, and the Prime Minister’s Office have collaborated to open Thailand's first health care center for...

Foraging and hunting activities by humans – primary causes of wildfires, says DNP

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) has issued strict instructions to monitor for wildfires in three large forest areas, covering...

Peace talks with insurgents won’t fail, says Thai PM

During his ongoing visit to the southern border provinces, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin confirms peace talks between the government and a major insurgent group...