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1. business | 25 May 2013
» It's hard to imagine how many benefits can be realised from using worms to recycle organic material into vermicompost, which can be used as organic fertiliser.
2. business | 23 May 2013
» The private sector wants non-tariff barriers to protect the local software industry once the Asean single market is established.
3. news | 21 May 2013
» The Bank of Thailand (BoT) should be careful not to lower policy interest rates significantly, or risk creating a "bubble" in the stock or property markets, the CIMB Thai Bank warned on Tuesday.
4. business | 21 May 2013
» SET-listed Banpu Plc, Asean's leading coal miner, expects its revenue will be flat this year from that of 2012 as coal prices have continued its fall.
5. business | 20 May 2013
» With surgery increasingly able to treat smaller wounds without using complicated devices, Surgical Innovation Healthcare Co (SIH) was set up by the Pacific Healthcare Group of Companies (PHC) just for this very task.
6. business | 20 May 2013
» Kaset Thai International Sugar Plc (KTIS), Thailand's third-largest sugar producer, expects to list on the Stock Exchange of Thailand by the third quarter of this year to raise funds for its planned biomass expansion...
7. lifestyle | 19 May 2013
» 'What are you focusing on?" National Geographic photographer Joe Riis asks a teenager taking a picture of a deer at Chon Buri's Khao Kheow Open Zoo. "Usually if I use the big ones [cameras], I'll go down low ...
8. business | 17 May 2013
» Sugar cane output in Thailand, the world's second-largest sugar exporter, could hit 150 million tonnes by 2020, up from 100 million now, provided sugar prices continue to be attractive, says trader Siam Brit Co.
9. news | 16 May 2013
HEALTH & BEAUTY
» Yanhee Hospital expects a five-fold increase in its share of the 16-billion-baht domestic skincare market to 10% within five years by taking advantage of modern trade channels.
10. business | 16 May 2013
» Even a master's degree in psychology was no guarantee of success in running an online dating service for Kulchulee Subsinudom, founder of Bangkok Matching Co. Instead, she relied on her years of personal experience.