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1. learning | 19 May 2011
» International standards for food safety guaranteed by certification is transforming Thailand into a world-class food exporter.
2. news | 16 Oct 2013
» A road upgrade linking Loei in Thailand with Luang Prabang in Laos will be completed in April, a project official says.
3. learning | 09 Aug 2012
About safety & quality of life
» 30 killed in road accidents every day rising to 50-60 during New Years & Songkran. New alcohol laws to improve safety, reduce injuries & deaths.
4. news | 02 Nov 2013
» PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN – Protesting rubber farmers who have closed a section of Phetkasem Highway since Oct 26 have agreed to partially reopen part of the road but police still want to keep it closed for safety reasons.
5. learning | 01 Apr 2013
» Safety zones planned after number of high profile tourist deaths in foreign media but tourists need to use common sense also.
6. news | 21 Oct 2013
» More than three quarters of paints sold in Thailand contain lead concentrations that exceed safety limits, the Ecology Alert and Recovery Thailand Foundation (Earth) warned on Monday.
7. learning | 23 Apr 2013
» After cheating local women out of 5 million baht, disappeared from village last Friday. Chooses safety of jail out of fear she will be killed.
8. learning | 08 Aug 2013
About tourism safety
» From bus & motorcycle accidents to derailed trains, tourists are worried about safety. Should they be?
9. learning | 07 Oct 2010
Vocabulary by topic
» Every major food exporting country has experienced food safety problems at one time or another.
10. news | 26 Oct 2013
» An elevated road project above the heavily congested Asoke Montri Road in Bangkok has been revived to relieve severe traffic problems - but locals continue to oppose it.