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11. learning | 28 Apr 2014
» As bank crime rises, banks cannot rely on police to control networks of criminals preying on bank users.
12. learning | 18 Nov 2010
» Here is a clever way of cutting crime. Would it work in Thailand?
13. learning | 17 Sep 2010
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» A short passage about transnational internet crime including a vocabulary list.
14. news | 25 Dec 2014
» The Indian ambassador to Thailand has vowed to use his country's "Act East" policy to boost ties with the kingdom on tourism, trade and investment, but is warning that drugs trading and transnational crime problems ...
15. business | 28 Jan 2015
» The Lands Department reported around 9,500 land transfers worth a total of eight billion baht were processed last quarter, as people moved to avoid paying higher taxes under the Land and Building Tax Act now under consid...
16. business | 27 Jan 2015
» Right after Christmas Day, the government passed the Act Amending the Revenue Code (No.39) to abolish the exemption from personal income tax (PIT) for profits distributed by an unregistered partnership to its partners. T...
17. business | 14 Jan 2015
» The government is committed to further revising the annexes for List 3 of the Foreign Business Act (FBA) concerning restricted businesses to facilitate investors here, even though its plan to amend the controversial act ...
18. news | 13 Jan 2015
» The Commerce Ministry will not amend the Foreign Business Act (FBA) to more strictly control foreign management in local businesses, in order to keep Thailand attractive to foreign investors.
19. news | 23 Dec 2014
» The chairman of the Anti-Corruption Organisation of Thailand (ACT) has called for a special court to be set up to handle corruption cases.
20. business | 23 Dec 2014
Telecommunications & information technology
» Amendments to the Copyright Act of 1994 will strengthen the protection of intellectual property (IP) rights in Thailand and ensure online intermediaries' responsibilities will be appropriately covered, says a panel ...