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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.
27 Mar 2011 : Police have identified the owner of a white Porsche which slammed into a Lao teenager, killing her instantly. He was not the driver, however.
26 Mar 2011 : Bangkok is located close enough to fault lines to cause concern for earthquake damage, but expert disagree on how bad it would be.
Saving the environment
26 Mar 2011 : It's so easy to participate in Earth Hour 2010. Just turn off your lights and unnecesssary electrical equipment for an hour between 8:30-9:30pm.
25 Mar 2011 : The cherished annual event for book lovers with books covering every imaginable field.
25 Mar 2011 : Trend in teenage misuse of emergency contraceptives creates public health risk of HIV/Aids spreading.
25 Mar 2011 : Is it possible that the Thai army fired more than 100,000 bullets during last year's crackdown on the red-shirt protest?
25 Mar 2011 : Thailand as "the major manufacturing base for Japanese companies" relies on parts from Japan that face delays after the earthquake.
24 Mar 2011 : Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has apologised for the army's "lack of understanding and care" that led to large numbers of deaths in the Tak Bai and Krue Se crackdowns in 2004.
23 Mar 2011 : A master perfumer from France reveals the secrets of his profession.
About the law
23 Mar 2011 : Magsaysay laureate Jon Unphakorn on the hidden inequities in Thailand's legal system.