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1. learning | 08 Aug 2011
About the law
» Illegal transfer of land reform and forest reserve land to private ownership used politicians and village headmen. Land even sold over the internet.
2. learning | 03 Aug 2011
» Only half of 1990s land reform land from forest reserves actually got to the poor landless farmers. Buildings of rich developers on this land to be demolished.
3. learning | 08 Feb 2011
» Land ownership inequalities will be targeted with land tax, cap on ownership, land bank, zoning, and database.
4. learning | 05 Oct 2010
Vocabulary by topic
» The goal of land reform policy is to give poor farmers land but the real challenge is a policy to prevent farmers from losing this land during bad years.
5. learning | 02 Dec 2014
Gold and oil
» Oil is not the only commodity to see a steep fall in price recently. The price of gold has been falling too and analysts say the low oil price is one of the reasons. Latest: All of a sudden gold jumps in price again. Why...
6. business | 28 Jan 2015
» The Lands Department reported around 9,500 land transfers worth a total of eight billion baht were processed last quarter, as people moved to avoid paying higher taxes under the Land and Building Tax Act now under consid...
7. business | 07 Jan 2015
» The Finance Ministry is likely to set a one- or two-year grace period for imposing the land and buildings tax on land banks held by property developers.
8. news | 03 Dec 2014
» The government is expected to grant land usage rights on more than 50,000 rai of state land to about 10,000 people starting this month, said Natural Resources and Environment Minister Gen Dapong Ratanasuwan.
9. news | 02 Dec 2014
» PARIS - As populations grow and land becomes scarcer, attacks on those trying to defend their land are becoming increasingly frequent, a top rights group warned Tuesday, citing Latin America and Asia as the main problem ...
10. learning | 01 Oct 2010
» Residences and land for personal farming will be exempted. Landholders who sit on land for long-term capital gains without developing will be penalised.