06 Nov 2013 : TRANG – The proposal to expand Trang airport did not get the approval from the government but the province will continue pushing the project.
06 Nov 2013 : KUALA LUMPUR - Karex Berhad, the world's top condom producer which has one manufacturing plant in Thailand, surged more than 30% in its trading debut Wednesday on Malaysia's stock exchange, following a 125 million ringgit (1.22 billion baht) initial public offering to bolster its market share.
06 Nov 2013 : Representatives of two other separatist groups - the Pattani United Liberation Organisation (Pulo) and the Barisan Islam Pembebasan Pattani (BIPP) - are expected to join the next round of peace talks in Malaysia, Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnok said.
06 Nov 2013 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went up 9.14 points, or 0.65%, to close at 1,424.58 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 22.36 billion baht, with 6.20 billion shares traded.
06 Nov 2013 : The Pheu Thai Party on Wednesday petitioned the Office of the Ombudsman, calling for it to launch an ethics investigation into the conduct of Suthep Thaugsuban and other Democrat MPs in mobilising the people to oppose the amnesty bill.
06 Nov 2013 : Opposition chief whip Jurin Laksanavisit on Wednesday called for Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to clearly state that the government will not proceed further with the amnesty bill if it is rejected by the Senate, which is scheduled to deliberate it on Nov 11.
06 Nov 2013 : Anti-amnesty protesters returned to occupy Silom Road on Wednesday, as the group's core leader says the Pheu Thai-led government might still try to legislate the controversial blanket amnesty bill.
06 Nov 2013 : The Foreign Ministry has been given approval to sign a framework agreement for cooperation between Asean and Unesco.
06 Nov 2013 : Thai stocks opened down 0.03% at the start of trade this morning.
06 Nov 2013 : The Public Health Ministry has revised its target to reduce the death toll from road accidents after the original target proved too ambitious.