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1. business | 28 Feb 2015
» With tumbling oil prices expected to bolster private consumption, last month’s contraction in consumption came as a surprise, says a senior Bank of Thailand official.
2. opinion | 11 Jan 2015
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» The recent dramatic drop in the price of oil on the global market should provide room for Thailand to adjust its energy policy and aim for more sustainable consumption. With the lower cost of fuel, an adjustment can now ...
3. learning | 28 Jun 2011
» Electricity bills here in Thailand are likely to increase unless a major pipeline leak can be repaired soon.
4. business | 14 Jan 2015
» Laos plans to sell electricity to Singapore through the Southeast Asian power grid, which links transmission lines of members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
5. learning | 02 Apr 2013
» As natural gas price rises, electricity prices will rise to Singapore level. Meanwhile, neighbors Vietnam & Malaysia have head start with clean coal & nuclear.
6. learning | 20 Nov 2012
» School in Phangnga for children who lost parents in 2004 tsunami will show people how to cut electricity bills with solar power technology.
7. learning | 08 Jun 2011
» The first 3 megawatt electricity generating solar farm of a 100 megawatt project is now operating and selling electricity. Wind power and biomass are next.
8. multimedia | 23 Feb 2015
» Thailand has taken systemic measures to improve broadcasting and telecommunications infrastructure. The ongoing move to digital television is expected to have a $3bn economic impact. Mobile data consumption is growing an...
9. business | 21 Feb 2015
» Thailand's retail industry is expected to grow by 5-10% this year from 1.55 trillion baht last year as local consumption recovers.
10. business | 16 Feb 2015
» Thailand recorded its slowest economic growth in three years in 2014 as political unrest curbed local consumption, while lower agricultural prices and cooling global demand hurt exports.