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Linking Thailand’s Industrial Supply Chain with ASEAN
Thailand has conducted a study to link its industrial supply chain with other ASEAN countries for the possibility of expanding its production base to the ASEAN market.
17 Jul 2013,13:17 (Read 884 )
112th Anniversary of the Ubon Ratchathani Candle Festival
The candle festival is held in several provinces in Thailand in observance of the annual three-month Buddhist Lent, or Buddhist Rains Retreat. But this festival in the northeastern province of Ubon Ratchathani is unique,
17 Jul 2013,13:15 (Read 2266 )
Pitak Siam pledges non-violent protest against government
Thailand’s anti-government Pitak Siam group reaffirmed that its rally tomorrow will be peaceful and more than 500,000 protesters are expected to turn up at the rally site.
23 Nov 2012,18:59 (Read 1074 )
Developing OTOP Brands to Bring out the Uniqueness of Thai Community Products
All provinces in Thailand have been urged to develop and promote the identities of their community products under the “One Tambon One Product,” or OTOP, program.
19 Oct 2012,09:39 (Read 2151 )
Malay Broadcasts in the Deep South of Thailand
Radio and television programs in Malay will be broadcast through radio and television stations around the clock in the deep South of Thailand.
19 Oct 2012,09:37 (Read 1536 )
Prime Minister on a Visit to Kuwait for the First ACD Summit
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is on a visit to the State of Kuwait to attend the first summit of the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD), scheduled for 15-17 October 2012.
19 Oct 2012,09:35 (Read 1400 )
Third Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge across the Mekong River
Thailand and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic already jointly operate two bridges across the Mekong River, and a new bridge, the third of its kind, will soon be constructed, with the foundation-stone laying ceremony scheduled for Friday, 6 March 2009.
17 Oct 2012,23:59 (Read 395 )
Prathat Phanom Festival
Phra That Phanom Temple, Nakhon Phanom This Festival, which last for about one week, takes place during the period of the full moon in February or early March.
17 Oct 2012,23:57 (Read 406 )
The Illuminated Boat ( Fire boats )
As night falls, majestic ‘fire boats’, elaborately-adorned with flowers, incense sticks, candles and lanterns and each bearing an assortment of ritual offerings, are set alight and floated down the Mekong River.
17 Oct 2012,23:57 (Read 348 )
Next Mobile Cabinet Meeting on Samui Island in the South
Samui Island, or Ko Samui, in the southern province of Surat Thani will be the venue for the next mobile Cabinet meeting, the seventh of its kind under the Yingluck Shinawatra administration.
17 Oct 2012,10:49 (Read 1647 )
Government’s Explanation of Its Rice-pledging Scheme
The Government has explained that its rice-pledging scheme would benefit farmers, as it would boost the paddy price and farmers would be able to sell rice at a higher price.
17 Oct 2012,10:47 (Read 917 )
Estimated Thai food industry flood loss reaches Bt50 billion
The figure is the result of a survey carried out by the National Food Institute, the Board of Trade of Thailand, and the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).
28 Apr 2012,14:29 (Read 1293 )
UNESCO assessing flood-affected Ayutthaya, World Heritage site
The United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) water specialists and experts from four countries are now surveying the Ancient City of Ayutthaya in Thailand
28 Apr 2012,14:27 (Read 1260 )
Thai Economy Remains Strong
The Thai economy has recovered from the flood crisis and is expected to enjoy a growth rate of 5.5 percent in 2012, with an inflation rate of 3.6 percent.
02 Apr 2012,23:49 (Read 1597 )
Canada Urged to Invest More in Thailand
Thailand has urged Canadian business people to invest more in Thailand and increase bilateral trade.
02 Apr 2012,23:46 (Read 1275 )
Government to Give a Major Boost to Thai Organic Agriculture
The Government is pushing for the promotion of Thai organic agricultural products and is also prepared to expand Thailand’s organic export markets in ASEAN, when it becomes a single community in 2015
02 Apr 2012,23:45 (Read 741 )
Thai central bank cuts key interest rate first time in two years
BANGKOK, Nov 30 - The Bank of Thailand on Wednesday cut policy interest rate by 0.25 per cent for the first time in two years to support economic restoration
17 Feb 2012,15:12 (Read 1345 )
UNESCO assessing flood-affected Ayutthaya, World Heritage site
BANGKOK, Nov 30 - The United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) water specialists and experts from four countries are now surveying the Ancient City of Ayutthaya in Thailand
13 Feb 2012,22:54 (Read 970 )
Thailand’s Expected GDP Growth in 2012
The Government expects a strong GDP growth of 5 percent in 2012, with more export diversification into the Middle East, India, and ASEAN.
11 Feb 2012,12:18 (Read 890 )
PM believes Bangkok flooding will recede early November
BANGKOK, Oct 29 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Saturday said she believed the floodwater in Bangkok could reduce by the first week of November if relevant agencies could control the drainage of water
29 Oct 2011,23:19 (Read 811 )
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