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About exports Thai factories moving to Myanmar
20 May 2013 : For years Europe stopped textile & garment exports from Myanmar. Now with democratic change, Europe will give Myanmar textiles a tariff advantage.
About banking Rising baht: Dollar borrowing by Thai banks
20 May 2013 : Interest rates lower in other countries, so Thai banks borrow there in dollars causing baht to rise in value making Thai exports less competitive.
25 Mar 2013 : Last week, 19-time world champion Khaosai Galaxy told his family he was going to watch football with friends. Now he has a new wife.
25 Mar 2013 : Korean tourists spend a lot of money in Thailand & the biggest money makers are golf, shopping & honeymoons. shopping & honeymoons
25 Mar 2013 : It is still not clear what caused the inferno that killed 37 Karen refugees and injured more than 100 in Mae Hong Song camp on Friday. Humanitarian assistance is now pouring in. Photo by Thiti Wannamontha.
Learning Thai from Post Today
24 Mar 2013 : General Prayuth Chan-ocha had some harsh words to say to those willing to consider reforming the Thai monarchy. Let's look at an excerpt in both Thai and English.
22 Mar 2013 : Old photos bring you to an imaginary city of Songkhla's past & help you appreciate what remains of this past.
About business ideas
22 Mar 2013 : Dog restaurant that serves people too, new business idea targets loving dog owners & their canine companions.
22 Mar 2013 : Bangkok Airways refuses to accept that it is old and conservative as many people think it is. Now the airline has new cartoon mascots to prove just how young and vibrant it is.
21 Mar 2013 : With tablet computers & mobile phones replacing notebooks & desktops, Pantip moves to change image & reposition itself in the minds of shoppers.
21 Mar 2013 : Borrowing in one lump sum for next 50 years without public participation, transparency or oversight? This provides big corruption opportunity, say critics.
21 Mar 2013 : Dr Supap Kirtsaeng of Silpakorn University was more persuasive than the best lawyers a US publisher could find, convincing US Supreme Court justices that his book-selling business was legal.