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1. news | 05 May 2013
» The Tourist Police Division has called on the Commerce Ministry and the Revenue Department to inspect tourism-related businesses run by foreigners in Thailand.
2. learning | 15 Dec 2010
» Figures show tourism has recovered from political turmoil and the global economic crisis. Since tourism accounts for 7% of Thailand's national income and the high season has just arrived, this is good news.
3. business | 03 Apr 2013
» Onyx Hospitality Group, a local hotel management company, is confident it can increase operating profit and revenue per available room (RevPar) by 5-10% this year, thanks to booming tourism.
4. business | 30 Apr 2013
» The Tourism and Sports Ministry floated an idea to establish a tourism court to increase confidence by expediting the judicial process for visitors.
5. business | 23 Apr 2013
» Baht appreciation could affect government's tax revenue, but the Revenue Department is still maintaining its fiscal year collection target of 1.774 trillion baht.
6. business | 20 May 2013
» The Revenue Department will adopt cash-receipt and tax-invoice matching systems early next year to raise the government's revenue collection by 300 billion baht a year, says Jitmanee Suwannapool, the principal advise...
7. business | 19 Apr 2013
» The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is confident its new Tiew-Free-Mee-Jing (Travel for Free, It's True) marketing campaign will attract more than 200,000 visitors to the 2013 Thailand Tourism Festival.
8. learning | 14 Jul 2011
» How to better serve Indian and Russian tourists as well as tech-savvy travellers, areas the tourism industry needs to focus on.
9. learning | 19 Jul 2011
» New tourism routes follow the action in blockbuster Hangover 2, so powerful is the hypnotic effect on tourists.
10. news | 05 Apr 2013
» Chinese travellers are the world's biggest tourism spenders, splashing out a record $102 billion (78 billion euros) on trips abroad in 2012, the UN World Tourism Organisation said Thursday.