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19 May 2013 : CHIANG MAI - Thailand has offered to convene a meeting with Laos and China on the high-speed train project linking the three countries, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Sunday.
17 May 2013 : The fare for onward travel to the six BTS stations between On Nut and Bearing has been cut from 15 baht to 10 baht, effective today, Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra said on Friday.
28 Mar 2013 : Indonesia is the biggest market Hyundai is forgoing, an increasingly risky decision as growth in United States auto sales slows and competition intensifies in China. Demand in Indonesia, with twice Japan's 127 million population, is projected to expand faster than in China over the next seven years as a booming economy generates new car buyers.
28 Mar 2013 : Rail expansion, new roads and port improvements will be the first projects to be completed under the government's massive 2-trillion-baht infrastructure investment programme.
27 Mar 2013 : Major automakers are offering aggressive promotions to attract customers at Thailand's annual motor show, which opened today and runs until April 7 at Impact Muang Thong Thani in Nonthaburi province.
27 Mar 2013 : Thai Airways International (THAI) will schedule extra flights providing over 4,800 additional seats to popular domestic tourist destinations for the Songkran festival.
26 Mar 2013 : Members of the Rural Doctors Foundation, Health Professional Associates Thailand, the Government Pension Fund and the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority union, all protested outside Government House Tuesday - causing the inevitable traffic congestion.
26 Mar 2013 : State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has approved the urgent implementation of projects to develop a double-track railway on five routes totalling 767km after two years of delay.