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06:51

Power bills poised to drop by mid-year

Electricity bills for businesses are likely to become less expensive around mid-year as factors that earlier drove up energy costs are losing steam, says the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).

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Power bills poised to drop by mid-year
06:08

Prawit credits govt for water control

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said the government deserves credit for water resources management after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha laid claim to it.

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Prawit credits govt for water control
05:58

AISL to launch luxury estate next to school

Asia International School Limited will launch a super-luxury housing project worth B6.5bn next to its school in Don Mueang through a joint venture with Koon Estate.

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AISL to launch luxury estate next to school
05:56

Under-fire 'lotto chief' closes site, is charged

The CEO of the Kong Salak Plus lottery platform turned himself in after being accused of money laundering and providing an online gambling service.

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Under-fire 'lotto chief' closes site
05:50

The lowdown on the high-end scheme

The Thailand Elite Card seems to generate more controversy than income for the country.

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The lowdown on the high-end scheme
04:54

Grab sees foreign users surge in Thailand

Grab reported a 45% surge in foreign users of its ride-hailing service in Thailand between Q2 and Q3 last year, reflecting a recovery of tourism in the country.

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Grab sees foreign users surge in Thailand
04:47

Elite Card in the hot seat over scandal

The tourism minister asked the police to investigate the accusation against members of Thailand Elite Card that have been linked with shady Chinese businesses.

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Elite Card in the hot seat over scandal
04:44

PM warns bad cops 'must go'

Any police officers involved in extorting money from a Taiwanese actress during her trip to Thailand early this month must face legal action - PM Prayut.

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Bad cops 'must go'
02:45

Protesters stand ground as Peru congress mulls early elections

LIMA - Protesters who have brought parts of Peru to a standstill for weeks closed in on Lima's international airport Tuesday as lawmakers mulled bringing elections forward in a bid to end the deadly mobilization.

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Protesters stand ground as Peru congress mulls early elections
00:45

Kyiv eyes 140 Western tanks, Russia claims east Ukraine gains

KYIV (UKRAINE) - Ukraine said Tuesday it was expecting up to 140 modern tanks from its Western allies, as Russian forces claimed new ground close to the frontline hotspot of Bakhmut.

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Kyiv eyes 140 Western tanks, Russia claims east Ukraine gains
31 Jan 2023

Thailand improves in corruption survey

Thailand has improved by nine places to 101st out of 180 countries in the 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index from 110th in 2021, Transparency International (TI) said on Tuesday.

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Thailand improves in corruption survey
31 Jan 2023

Anutin posters cause a stir

The Pheu Thai Party joined a call for the Election Commission to look into posters erected at many state-run hospitals depicting Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul.

31 Jan 2023 3
Anutin posters cause a stir
31 Jan 2023

Court lets 'Pinky' remove electronic tag

Actress “Pinky” won approval from the Criminal Court to remove an electronic monitoring device she was required to wear after her release from jail on Nov 30 last year.

31 Jan 2023 2
'Pinky' remove electronic tag
31 Jan 2023

Beijing reaches 'temporary herd immunity'

BEIJING: Beijing has reached “temporary herd immunity” and its Covid outbreak is nearing an end, a city health official said on Tuesday, in another sign China’s unprecedented virus wave is waning.

31 Jan 2023
Beijing reaches 'temporary herd immunity'
31 Jan 2023

Minister vows to plug Elite Card loopholes

Tourism minister vows to plug loopholes in Thailand Elite Card to prevent dodgy Chinese business operators from using the privilege cards to enter the country.

31 Jan 2023 8
Loopholes to close
31 Jan 2023

Pheu Thai pressed on royal-insult law

Political activists on Tuesday pressed the Pheu Thai Party to pledge that if it wins the coming election, it would repeal the law on royal defamation.

31 Jan 2023
Pheu Thai lobbied
31 Jan 2023

11,548 drivers lost licence points in first 3 weeks

A total of 11,548 motorists lost points in the first three weeks of the new driving licence demerits system, with Chai Nat province having the most offenders.

31 Jan 2023 10
First deductions
31 Jan 2023

Appeal court orders tobacco tax-dodging fine cut

The Court of Appeal on Tuesday ordered a reduction to a 130-million-baht fine imposed on the tobacco giant Philip Morris for evading tax on cigarettes imported from Indonesia.

31 Jan 2023
Appeal court orders tobacco tax-dodging fine cut
31 Jan 2023

Cabinet approves higher minimum wages for skilled workers

The cabinet approves increased minimum wages, ranging from 465 to 700 baht a day, for skilled workers in 17 occupations in three sectors.

31 Jan 2023 4
Payrise for some
31 Jan 2023

2022 rice exports beat target

Thailand exported 7.69 million tonnes of rice in 2022, up 22.1% from a year earlier, the Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday.

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2022 rice exports beat target