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1. learning | 22 Dec 2010
» Thailand's railways are a quaint trip back into the past but changing them for modern commerce will take a thorough restructuring.
2. learning | 26 Apr 2013
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» To attract tourists, Myanmar plans to rebuild & reconnect to Thailand, famous railway build by prisoners of war during World War II.
3. news | 11 May 2013
» Thailand and France are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) next month on developing high-speed rail here and modernising the State Railway of Thailand's operations and services.
4. learning | 23 Jan 2012
» State enterprise with worst financial performance finally reports on assets, liabilities & losses. Essential step in restructuring for efficiency.
5. news | 13 May 2013
» The last British prisoner of war to work on the construction of the World War II "Death Railway" between Thailand and Myanmar has died, aged 99.
6. news | 12 Jun 2013
» Four companies will probably take part in an electronic auction to supply 115 train carriages worth more than 4.9 billion baht to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT).
7. news | 31 May 2013
» The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has threatened to close the popular Chatuchak market if the agency loses its final battle over rental fees.
8. news | 29 May 2013
TALAT NAT ROT FAI
» The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has agreed to allow Talat Nat Rot Fai market vendors to use a nearby warehouse for five months following a standoff.
9. learning | 28 Dec 2011
» After 25 years of managing the Chatuchak Weekend Market, the BMA has been required to turn over control to the State Railway of Thailand, the owner of the land where the market is located.
10. news | 05 Jun 2013
TALAT NAT ROT FAI
» State Railway of Thailand (SRT) staff were blocked from registering vendors for a temporary market in Bang Sue yesterday by a group of black-clad men who made threats against their safety.