The SET-listed energy conglomerate Bangchak Corporation plans to make biofuel for aircraft, also known as sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), from used cooking oil through a joint venture with a 200-million-baht budget, in a move to cut carbon dioxide emissions.
SONGKHLA: A Malaysian train service to promote tourism in Hat Yai will operate as planned this weekend but with some adjustments, after two bombings on the Thai track compelled workers to delay repairs over safety fears.
The Immigration Bureau will tighten its visa extension rules to prevent foreign criminals from establishing businesses in the country, its chief says.
Former politician Chuwit Kamolvisit praised as an exemplary citizen for exposing illegal businesses run by Chinese triads in Thailand and is entitled to 5% of the assets confiscated from the gangsters.
Sarath Ratanavadi, chief executive of Gulf Energy Development plc (GULF), is the richest shareholder in the Thai capital market for the fourth consecutive year, with shares worth 219 billion baht.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s anti-graft agency will summon former premier Muhyiddin Yassin and two of his former cabinet ministers for questioning about alleged misappropriation of 600 billion ringgit (US$136 billion) in public funds for tackling the pandemic.