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41. news | 04 Dec 2013
» The Department of Highways said Wednesday thieves had stolen property worth almost 770,000 baht from along the roads around the country in October and blamed the economic slowdown for the losses.
42. property | 19 Dec 2013
» The SET-listed property firm Univentures Plc (UV) plans to launch six condo projects worth more than 10 billion baht next year as it seeks to boost revenue by 20%.
43. lifestyle | 01 Dec 2013
» Every now and then I receive an email asking about soursop. Some wanted to know where they could buy the fruit or a tree sapling, others if they could plant the tree on their property. The latest email came from Edward L...
44. business | 28 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The property developer D'Well Grand Asset Co has launched a new condo project worth 580 million baht to capitalise on booming demand in the Soi Ari area, where the take-up rate is relatively high.
45. news | 08 Nov 2013
» HUA HIN - Heavy rains struck the beach city on Friday, causing floods and property damage as weather forecasters warned of continued downpours in the area.
46. news | 05 Nov 2013
» The Intellectual Property and International Trade Court has urged Starbucks and a local coffee seller to try to settle their trademark infringement dispute before the next hearing on Nov 18.
47. news | 01 Nov 2013
» Police on Friday spent six hours trying to apprehend a crazed garage owner who slashed two monks with a knife, hit another on the head, and damaged property at a temple in Kanchanaburi’s Muang district.
48. property | 16 Dec 2013
» With many negative factors lying ahead, the medium-sized property developer Tararom Enterprise will apply a conservative strategy by returning to its flagship location in Bangkok to launch two projects worth a combined 1...
49. news | 05 Nov 2013
» Commerce Ministry officials have been told that they are free to express their position on the amnesty bill anywhere except on ministry property.
50. tech | 14 Nov 2013
» Microsoft said Thursday it has opened a new cybercrime center, using its resources to combat malware, intellectual property theft, child exploitation and other ills in cyberspace.