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91. business | 15 Nov 2013
» Interspace, a Japanese internet advertising company, expanded its footprint into Thailand to capitalise on rising demand for online marketing in Southeast Asia.
92. learning | 24 Aug 2011
» With hundreds of flights from India to Thailand each week, trends put Indian visitors at 1 million next year. Repeat visits and cheaper airlines drive this trend.
93. learning | 26 Jan 2011
» Maj Gen Chamlong Srimuang, a core PAD leader, says Thailand must demonstrate its military power to gain leverage with Cambodians. Thailand's military may be taking his advice.
94. opinion | 05 Dec 2013
» While much of the media attention in Thailand is focused on the latest bout of "red-yellow" political tensions, it is worth remembering that about two years ago much of Central Thailand was submerged in floodwater, caus...
95. news | 16 Nov 2013
» Iran hammered Thailand 3-0 at Rajamangala National Stadium on Friday night to dash the hosts' hopes in the 2015 Asian Cup qualifying round.
96. learning | 27 May 2013
» US govt encouraging companies to do business in Thailand, especially franchises. Trade fair promoting Thai-US business will run from May 30 to June 2 at Central World.
97. learning | 22 Jan 2013
» Mali the elephant lives alone in Manila's zoo but if she could travel to Thailand & live with other elephants, she would be a much happier elephant.
98. learning | 10 Feb 2012
» With high govt-supported prices in Thailand, Indian rice may grab market share in Thai markets: Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh & Nepal.
99. multimedia | 18 Dec 2013
» Jon Eddy Abdullah is the CEO of Total Access Communication PCL, or DTAC, one of Thailand’s largest telecommunications and broadband operators. He spoke with The Prospect Group about DTAC’s goals and initiatives, Thailand...
100. business | 22 Nov 2013
» Business optimism in Thailand lost ground in the third quarter, plunging to the lowest level since the 2011 floods, due mainly to a slowing economy and declining exports, says the London-based consultancy Grant Thornton ...