"I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to the Thai national football team for having created happiness among the Thai fans," Prayut said in his weekly TV programme aired..
In his pre-recorded speech for his weekly TV programme aired Friday night, Prayut said it was a contrast to see rich people in warm clothes taking photos in the North while local people were..
In his pre-recorded speech for his weekly TV programme aired Friday night, he said farmers can learn about how to prevent mutations, regulate the paddy and manage the produce from the..
In his pre-recorded speech for his weekly TV programme aired Friday night, Prayut said he heard that Thailand is a popular destination for Indian couples looking to get married. "Indian couples..
This year marks the first time banks will waive those fees, and it follows a collaboration with the ministry that aims to help drive tourism. The Nation
He said that even after the remaining 17 million tonnes of rice in the government stock are sold, the losses would amount to some Bt680 billion. The Nation
According to the Bank of Thailand’s data, reserves stood at US$158.5 billion on December 12 against $156.9 billion on December 5. However, the net forward positions narrowed from $24.1..
In a statement, the bank also said that over 300 micro branches in department stores nationwide would remain open during the period. The holiday period will run from December 31 to January 4...
The tanker had been hijacked by eight of its own crew who wanted to sell its cargo to locals in the region. The hijackers were apprehended by Thai authorities on November 27 and the vessel..
The value of such investment into Thailand has continued to rise; from $106.9 billion in 2009, to $139.3 billion in 2010 and $155 billion in 2011.
But the rest of rice was not rotten, Prayut said. He said about 13 million tonnes were still usable but their quality need to be improved first. Prayut was speaking to reporters after chairing..
Their Majesties have instructed Lt Col Wichai Chaimongkol, the director of the palace, to urgently distribute the necessities. The Nation