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Shift in economic structure urged

Thailand's economic recovery is relatively slower than that of its Asean peers because the domestic economic structure in the country is reliant on conventional industries.

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Shift in economic structure urged
06:23

Czech EU presidency 'to forge closer ties'

When the Czech Republic takes the presidency of the Council of the European Union during the second half of this year, it plans to bind the Indo-Pacific region more closely with the EU.

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'To forge closer ties'
06:11

Thai, Japanese animation rooted in nationalism

Despite similarities in attachment to religious faith and openness to foreign influence, Thai and Japanese animation for teens feature contrasting protagonists and therefore reflect different kinds of nationalism, students of children's literature found.

06:11
Thai, Japanese animation rooted in nationalism
06:10

Thai AirAsia X bankruptcy filing accepted by court

After more than two years without passenger flights, Thai AirAsia X (TAAX) filed for bankruptcy protection, with the case accepted by a Thai bankruptcy court on Wednesday.

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Thai AirAsia X bankruptcy filing accepted by court
06:00

Sakoltee wins Suthep's backing

Former protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has vouched for Bangkok governor candidate Sakoltee Phattiyakul as he is running independently and has a proven track record of fighting against "Thaksinocracy".

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Sakoltee wins Suthep's backing
05:55

CCSA to mull 'green zone' plan Friday

The Ministry of Public Health will on Friday propose new Covid-19 zoning with some provinces to be classified as "green zones", according to its permanent secretary, Dr Kiattiphum Wongrajit.

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'Green zone' plan
05:55

It's gonna be all right, Taylor Swift tells NYU graduates

Taylor Swift received an honorary doctorate from New York University on Wednesday and told graduates that everything would be all right, echoing the sentiments of her hit single Shake It Off.

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It's gonna be all right, Taylor Swift tells NYU graduates
05:44

Apec looks to pact to revive growth

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) trade ministers have high hopes for the Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP), believing that the long-delayed pact can help revitalise their economies battered by the pandemic.

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Apec looks to pact to revive growth
05:44

PTT asked to join Egat relief scheme

National oil and gas conglomerate PTT Plc has been asked to help state-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) relieve its 60-billion-baht financial burden incurred by measures to alleviate rising living costs.

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PTT asked to join Egat relief scheme
05:00

Prayut defends performance

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha defended his administration's performance over the past eight years, saying he has managed to lead the country through one crisis after another.

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Prayut defends performance
04:33

Guitar that broke up Oasis sells for B14mn

Noel Gallagher's Gibson guitar, which was broken in 2009 at the same time as the British group Oasis imploded, sold for €385,500 (14 million baht) at an auction in Paris on Tuesday.

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Guitar that broke up Oasis sells for B14mn
04:27

Lizard blamed for city flood

A large water pump crippled by a stray monitor lizard that got stuck inside it has been blamed for widespread flooding in Bang Khen, one of the worst-hit districts following heavy downpours this week, says district director Pisamai Ruengsilp.

04:27
Lizard blamed for city flood
04:22

Ratchanok to face Danish giantkiller in quarter-finals

Ratchanok Intanon and mixed doubles stars Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai moved into the quarter-finals of the US$360,000 GR Toyota Gazoo Racing Thailand Open.

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Ratchanok to face Danish giantkiller in quarter-finals
04:11

Thai star Panipak a cut above the rest

Reigning Olympic champion Panipak Wongpattanakit won her third straight SEA Games gold medal after reigning in the women's 49kg class on Thursday.

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Thai star Panipak a cut above the rest
04:03

UK, India, Germany top source markets

The Covid situation in China, which has some 40 cities under full or partial lockdown, bodes ill for the return of Chinese visitors to Thailand this year.

04:03
UK, India, Germany top source markets
04:00

AIS to buy spectrum from NT

National Telecom (NT) has picked Advanced Info Service (AIS), the country's biggest mobile operator by subscriber base, as its 700-megahertz spectrum business partner, with an agreement expected to be signed in August, according to a source close to the state telecom enterprise's board.

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Young Elephants earn title shot

Weerathep Pomphan's extra-time goal on Thursday gave Thailand a 1-0 victory over Indonesia and a place in the men's football final of the SEA Games in Vietnam.

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Young Elephants earn title shot
03:45

Nobel laureate sworn in as East Timor leader on independence anniversary

DILI (EAST TIMOR) - Nobel laureate Jose Ramos-Horta was inaugurated as East Timor's president on Friday, pledging to break a longstanding political deadlock in Southeast Asia's youngest country as it celebrated its 20th independence anniversary.

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Nobel laureate sworn in as East Timor leader on independence anniversary
19 May 2022

Russell Crowe quizzes Bangkok governor candidates

Hollywood star Russell Crowe quizzed candidates for Bangkok's governor election campaign in a cameo television appearance on Thursday, almost a year after his tweets on visiting the capital delighted Thais.

19 May 2022
Russell Crowe quizzes Bangkok governor candidates
19 May 2022

Ministry plans to open registration for migrant workers

The Labour Ministry will open registration for illegal migrant workers in the country and those whose work permits are about to expire.

19 May 2022
Registration for migrant workers