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08:22

Mall operators extend relief measures

Many shopping centre operators have extended their relief measures to help enable tenants to continue with their businesses amid the unabated Covid-19 crisis.

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Mall operators extend relief measures
07:32

Central posts B49bn for Q1 revenue

Central Retail Corporation Plc (CRC) reported revenue of 49 billion baht in the first quarter, dropping 9.7% year-on-year, mostly due to the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on business operations.

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Central posts B49bn for Q1 revenue
06:34

BoT worried over possible rise in NPLs

The Bank of Thailand is concerned with the expected higher number of non-performing loans of tourism-related businesses in the second quarter of this year because of the the third wave of Covid-19.

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Possible rise in NPLs
06:00

Fear pushes patients to keep HIV status a secret

People with virus worry about backlash amid lack of awareness.

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HIV a secret
05:45

Brazil deforestation 94% illegal: report

RIO DE JANEIRO - The vast majority of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is illegal, and President Jair Bolsonaro's promise to eliminate it looks doubtful given a lack of transparency on authorized land use, researchers said Monday.

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Brazil deforestation 94% illegal: report
05:40

Line Man Wongnai eyes IPO in 2-3 years

Line Man Wongnai, the operator of a food delivery service, aims to launch an initial public offering (IPO) within the next 2-3 years.

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Line Man Wongnai eyes IPO
05:30

Thai economy shrinks by 2.6% in Q1

The Thai economy shrank by 2.6% in the first quarter of this year -- an improvement from a 4.2% contraction in the previous quarter.

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Thai economy shrinks
05:00

Mass jabs eyed in Hua Hin ahead of tourism return

A project has been proposed to achieve mass vaccination in Hua Hin ahead of Prachuap Khiri Khan's non-quarantine reopening to foreign tourists in October.

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Mass jabs in Hua Hin
04:38

Revenue Department eyes collection gap

The Revenue Department is concerned that its collection of corporate income tax in the fiscal year 2021 will fall short of its target.

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Collection gap
04:25

Key tourism scam suspect turns self in

A key suspect in an investment scam which included a well-known tourism project turned himself in to police on Monday.

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Tourism scam
04:00

Clusters surge across capital

As Covid-19 infections continue to surge in Bangkok with 28 clusters now detected across 19 districts, the Public Health Ministry is planning to inoculate at least 5 million people by the end of July.

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Capital clusters surge
03:45

Scrutiny increases of Gates after Microsoft affair surfaces

WASHINGTON - Bill Gates's tenure at Microsoft has come under fresh scrutiny amid revelations that the tech giant probed the billionaire founder's intimate relationship with a staffer before he left the board of directors.

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Scrutiny increases of Gates after Microsoft affair surfaces
17 May 2021

Singapore’s unlinked cases tied to Indian variant

The highly transmissible strain of Covid-19 that surfaced in India has become more prominent among Singapore’s growing number of unlinked cases, in a sign that hidden chains of transmission of the variant have existed for some time.

17 May 2021 1
Singapore’s unlinked cases tied to Indian variant
17 May 2021

Key suspect in B1bn scam detained

The major suspect of a high-profile scam with damage estimated at more than 1 billion baht has been detained after turning himself in.

17 May 2021 17
Key suspect in B1bn scam detained
17 May 2021

Singapore shuts schools, Taiwan bars foreigners to battle outbreaks

Singapore will close schools from Wednesday as authorities warned new coronavirus strains such as the one first detected in India were affecting more children.

17 May 2021 6
Singapore shuts schools, Taiwan bars foreigners to battle outbreaks
17 May 2021

Malaysia mulls shutdown of richest state amid Covid-19 surge

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's health ministry on Monday said it may push for a total lockdown of the country's most industrialised state if current coronavirus curbs are unable to rein in a spike in new cases.

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Malaysia mulls shutdown of richest state amid Covid-19 surge
17 May 2021

Space junk found in sea off Phuket

PHUKET: A round object believed to be debris from the launch of a satellite or space shuttle has been salvaged from the seabed near an island off the coast of Phuket.

17 May 2021 8
Space junk found in sea off Phuket
17 May 2021

Russian court postpones start of Navalny extremism case

MOSCOW: A Russian court on Monday postponed the first hearing in the "extremism" case against the political network of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, part of a campaign to outlaw the opposition to President Vladimir Putin.

17 May 2021 5
Russian court postpones start of Navalny extremism case
17 May 2021

Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble postponed again

HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: A travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore due to open on May 26 has been postponed for a second time, officials said on Monday, after a spike in cases in Singapore derailed the plan for quarantine-free travel between the financial hubs.

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Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble postponed again
17 May 2021

Man arrested for rage murder of his father

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: A man has been arrested and charged with shooting dead his elderly father during a quarrel at the family home in Thung Song district, police said on Monday.

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Man arrested for rage murder of his father