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1851. business | 23 Nov 2013
» Thailand's car output is unlikely to meet this year's target of 2.55 million vehicles due mainly to falling domestic sales, says the auto industry club of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).
1852. news | 08 Nov 2013
» Thailand’s stocks dropped and the baht touched a three-week low on concern protests triggered by a proposed amnesty law for political offences will deepen a slowdown in Southeast Asia’s second-biggest economy.
1853. news | 27 Oct 2013
» The ruling Pheu Thai party would appear to have limited time in which to recognise red shirt sentiment against the "wholesale amnesty" as a huge showdown would be organised if it gave a "blank cheque" to those who ordere...
1854. business | 25 Oct 2013
» As Thai sugar is the cheapest in Asean, millers are repeating their call for the Industry Ministry to float its price to prevent smuggling when the Asean Economic Community (AEC) materialises in late 2015.
1855. business | 22 Oct 2013
» The Thai financial market could experience capital outflows again, while global lending costs will rise once the US Federal Reserve scales back its monetary stimulus programme, says a senior official at the Bank of Thail...
1856. business | 11 Oct 2013
» Sanken-EMC Co, a new Thai-Japanese construction services firm, hopes to make a debut in Thailand with a 500-million-baht contract to renovate Suvarnabhumi airport's air-conditioning system.
1857. learning | 04 Feb 2013
» For Thai lottery addicts, life is a continual search for lucky numbers. Some are now grumbling that Prime Minister Yingluck is making their lives difficult by fixing the results to match her license plate numbers.
1858. learning | 27 Sep 2012
» Silpakorn University International College (SUIC) is proud to offer two Master Degree programs that provide students with international work experience, harmoniously blending knowledge between Thai and international busi...
1859. learning | 24 Aug 2013
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» The parliament president's only tool is his wooden hammer called a gavel. The current president uses it often enough to be known as the "Lord of the Gavel". (In Thai and English)
1860. learning | 29 Jul 2012
» The first gold medal in London went to China's Yi Siling in the women's 10m air rifle competition. It didn't take long for Chinese swimmers to take more gold as the Thai women's weightlifters faltered.