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11. news | 19 Nov 2013
» Thailand and New Zealand on Tuesday pledged to double trade between the two countries to reach 100 billion baht by 2020.
12. news | 13 Nov 2013
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» Trade along the Thai-Cambodian border at Chong Jom Pass in Surin was quiet on Tuesday, a day after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) verdict on the Preah Vihear temple land dispute.
13. news | 06 Dec 2013
» The opening of the fourth friendship bridge over the Mekong River between Thailand and Laos on Dec 11 is expected to lower costs and significantly boost border trade between the two countries.
14. business | 15 Nov 2013
» Annual bilateral trade between Thailand and Chile is set to double within three years after a free trade agreement (FTA) takes effect early next year, says the Chilean trade commissioner to Asean.
15. learning | 23 Dec 2011
» Historic Agreements to lessen use of US dollar in Thai-China trade & to work together on water management, energy & education.
16. learning | 19 Oct 2010
» New international trade opportunities arose for ASEAN member states when a variety of free trade agreements came into effect at the beginning of this year. The benefits of these agreements have yet to be fully captured b...
17. business | 12 Dec 2013
» A total of 930 million more people are projected to fly over the next five years, bringing the global tally to 3.91 billion by 2017, forecasts the airline trade body International Air Transport Association (IATA).
18. learning | 19 Apr 2011
» Thai fruit can be seen in more and more Japanese homes. TV sales channels, free trade agreements, contract farming and food safety measures have all helped this happen.
19. business | 28 Nov 2013
» Thailand stands to lose international trade and exhibition event bookings for the next year or two as organisers look elsewhere, deterred by images of demonstrators rallying across the capital, according to the Thailand ...
20. business | 07 Dec 2013
» NUSA DUA - Trade negotiators say developing countries will benefit as they hailed a free trade deal reached on Saturday at a World Trade Organization (WTO) conference on Bali.