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1. news | 22 Jan 2015
» Luxury cars that had been stolen from Malaysia were sold cheaper than market prices in Thailand, national police chief Somyot Poompanmoung said on Thursday.
2. business | 20 Jan 2015
» Prices of four more products in addition to lube oil were set to be cut by 5-10% starting yesterday, in keeping with falling oil prices.
3. news | 12 Jan 2015
» The Transport Co is asking the government to end PTT Plc's monopoly on the sale of fuel to state enterprises so state enterprises can buy cheaper fuel from other suppliers.
4. opinion | 11 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» 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 ...
5. news | 09 Jan 2015
» Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has called on mobile phone operators to help consumers and promised a law to ensure more fairness in the telecommunications industry.
6. news | 07 Jan 2015
» All mobile phone service providers will offer new promotional packages by March which will see callers charged on a per-second basis in a step which could overhaul the entire system in the future.
7. business | 06 Jan 2015
» Inflation in December hit the lowest level in 62 months and is likely to drop further over the next few months due largely to falling oil prices, signalling that the overall cost of living is on a downward trend on the b...
8. lifestyle | 19 Dec 2014
WINE ME DINE ME
» You may have heard of the name Mugendai and its frequent association with being the Japanese restaurant that tears your wallet apart. Muteki, on the other hand, is like the newborn son of Mugendai — he’s younger and rela...
9. news | 16 Dec 2014
» The fares of passenger boats in the Saen Saep Canal will decrease by one baht Wednesday due to the cheaper diesel prices, Chula Sukmanop, director-general of the Marine Department, said on Tuesday.
10. business | 11 Dec 2014
» E-books could become cheaper if a value-added tax (VAT) exemption is applied next year, says Thailand's largest digital publication platform.