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Prinn Slapped With New Indecency Charge

Police have said they will summon former Democratic Party deputy leader Prinn Panitchpakdi to answer a charge of indecent exposure next week. Deputy Commissioner of...

Endemic Plan Approved, CCSA Endorsement Pending

Plans are underway to treat COVID-19 as an endemic disease, after the Ministry of Public Health held discussions with government agencies and the industrial,...

“Regenerative Tourism” Resonates with Thailand’s BCG Model

The BCG Model is at the heart of sustainability. It promotes eco-friendly business practices and way of life by integrating and synergizing 3 economic...

Thai Economy Likely Saw Moderate Growth in Q1 2022

A Reuters poll has indicated that Thailand’s economy likely grew modestly in the first quarter, thanks to robust exports and an easing of pandemic...

Aqua Illumination Festival to Light Up in Southern Thailand

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is inviting all international and domestic tourists to experience festive magic at "Aqua Lumina, the Magical Lights of...

CCSA to consider changing Thailand Pass requirement next week

Changes to the current Thailand Pass requirement for international travelers will be revisited at the full panel meeting of the Center for COVID-19 Situation...

PM Prayut arrives in US for 2nd ASEAN-US Special Summit

Thailand’s prime minister has arrived in the US for the ASEAN-US Special Summit and will be having dinner with the US president later today....

His Majesty the King presided over the Royal Ploughing Ceremony of Phraya Raek Na – Goddess Raek Nakwan

On May 12 at 6:12 p.m., His Majesty the King and Her Majesty the Queen, accompanied by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn,...

JSCCIB Calls For Extension of Diesel Subsidy

The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry, and Banking (JSCCIB) has proposed several economic measures for the government to consider. These policies would mend...

Private Sectors Remains Optimistic About Thailand Reaching GDP Growth Target

A private-sector-led committee is optimistic that Thailand will meet its 2.5-4% GDP growth target this year if various measures are implemented. The Joint Standing Committee...

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