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Baht’s rebound driven by tourism, but volatility remains

The baht rebounded so rapidly in the past few weeks on optimism about the country’s tourism-led growth that it’s already hit year-end analyst targets.

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Baht’s rebound driven by tourism, but volatility remains
13:40

Woman returning from Dubai is 5th monkeypox case

Thailand has registered its fifth case of monkeypox, a Thai woman who returned from Dubai.

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Woman returning from Dubai is 5th monkeypox case
13:09

Ranger killed, police, civilians injured by plantation bombs

NARATHIWAT: An army ranger was killed and seven policemen and two civilians injured by bomb explosions in a rubber plantation in Sungai Padi district of this southern border province on Monday morning, police said.

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Ranger killed, police, civilians injured by plantation bombs
12:45

China cuts rates as economic recovery weaker than expected

BEIJING: China's central bank slashed key interest rates Monday in a bid to kick-start the country's stuttering economic recovery as data showed factory output and retail sales for July came in weaker than analysts' expectations.

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China cuts rates as economic recovery weaker than expected
12:33

GDP notches fastest growth in a year on eased pandemic curbs

Thailand's economy expanded at the fastest pace in a year in the second quarter as eased Covid-19 restrictions boosted activity and tourism, but multi-year high inflation and China's slowdown remain a drag on the nascent recovery.

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GDP notches fastest growth in a year
12:13

Parliament approves list-MP calculation favouring big parties

Parliament adopts a list-MP calculation method favouring big political parties after an amendment that would have benefitted small parties fails to attract a quorum.

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Large parties triumph
11:45

US lawmakers to meet Taiwan president as China seethes

TAIPEI: United States lawmakers were set to meet Taiwan's president on Monday days after China reacted to a similar visit by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with huge military drills that raised fears of conflict.

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US lawmakers to meet Taiwan president as China seethes
11:45

UN resuming talks on high-seas treaty amid growing concerns

UNITED NATIONS, US: After four inconclusive sessions, UN member states on Monday resume talks aimed at finally completing a treaty to protect the world's high seas, a vital yet fragile resource that covers nearly half the planet.

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UN resuming talks on high-seas treaty amid growing concerns
11:06

Temple servant charged with murder, says averted robbery

SONGKHLA: A temple servant surrendered to police on Sunday and confessed he had killed a man he overheard telling people by phone that everyone was asleep and it was safe to come and rob the temple

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Temple servant charged with murder, says averted robbery
10:46

Discounts for losing tickets

Vendors offer a discount on goods in exchange for non-winning government lottery tickets, at Bang Nam Phueng market in Samut Prakan province on Sunday. (Photos: Somchai Poomlard)

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Discounts for losing tickets
10:03

Yield curve of state 10-year bonds rises

The yield curve of government bonds had already risen even before the Bank of Thailand's policy rate hike, which also reflected the policy rate hikes of the US Federal Reserve, according to the Public Debt Management Office (PDMO).

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Yield curve of state 10-year bonds rises
09:45

Taliban mark turbulent first year in power

KABUL: The Taliban marked the first anniversary of their return to power in Afghanistan with a national holiday Monday, following a turbulent year that saw women's rights crushed and a humanitarian crisis worsen.

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Taliban mark turbulent first year in power
09:45

Has blockchain found a use beyond crypto trading?

PARIS: The bitcoin boom spawned new billionaires and videos of beach parties and Lamborghinis. The crypto crash brought devastation for small investors and bankruptcy for many companies.

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Has blockchain found a use beyond crypto trading?
09:18

Making more than ends meet

Businesses brace for the impact of the increase in the minimum daily wage, now expected in October.

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Wage rise debate
08:00

Rising stars emerge at President's Cup 2022

The President’s Cup 2022 has been underway since last month at the Thai Polo & Equestrian Club, Pattaya, with Harald Link, president of the Thailand Equestrian Federation (TEF), declaring that the competition is truly back on track.

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Rising stars emerge at President's Cup 2022
07:51

1,663 new Covid inpatients, 33 more deaths

There were 33 more Covid-19 fatalities and 1,663 new patients admitted to hospitals on Sunday, the Ministry of Public Health reported on Monday.

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1,663 new Covid inpatients, 33 more deaths
07:07

EEC schemes to get govt hurry-up

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will today chair a meeting of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) Policy Committee to follow up on progress in investment projects.

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EEC schemes to get govt hurry-up
06:16

Koh Samui welcomes govt plans

Surat Thani: Tourism business operators on Koh Samui are urging the government to connect Khanom district in Nakhon Si Thammarat province to Koh Samui via a bridge.

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Koh Samui welcomes govt plans
05:51

New climate policy fails to sway critics

The government is setting out major bureaucratic reforms with the introduction of the Climate Change Act and the founding of the Department of Climate Change.

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Climate policy
05:45

Suspected gunman arrested after Jerusalem bus shooting wounds 8

JERUSALEM - Israeli police Sunday arrested a suspect in a pre-dawn shooting spree targeting a bus just outside Jerusalem's Old City that wounded eight people, including a pregnant woman and several US citizens.

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Suspected gunman arrested after Jerusalem bus shooting wounds 8