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Thailand’s exports surge in May with agricultural products

Thailand’s exports reached their highest level in 14 months, achieving a 7.2% year-on-year growth in May, largely due to a surge in agricultural products. Director-General of the Trade Policy and Strategy Office Poonpong Naiyanapakorn announced that the value of exports in May expanded to US$26.2 billion (approximately 960 billion baht), marking a significant gain of …

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Phuket governor celebrates SDG localisation at Bangkok event

Phuket Governor Sophon Suwannarat participated in the closing ceremony of the SDGs Localisation: Thailand’s Journey Towards Sustainability project orchestrated by the United Nations in Bangkok yesterday. The event, held at the ESCAP Hall meeting room at the United Nations Conference Centre on Rajdamnern Nok Avenue, served as a platform to spotlight Thailand’s initiatives in integrating …

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Pattaya path wall forces pedestrians into danger

Residents and tourists are up in arms over a perilous obstruction near Soi 18 on Pattaya-Naklua Road. A wall from a local restaurant is blocking the path, forcing pedestrians to risk their lives by walking on the bustling street instead. This hazardous situation has sparked serious concerns about potential accidents, especially since the road is …

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Thailand scoops top honours in travel awards including Koh Samui

Thailand has cemented its status as a premier travel destination, sweeping the Travel + Leisure Luxury Awards Asia Pacific 2024. Koh Samui has been crowned the Best Island in the Asia Pacific, while Samui Airport secured a commendable fourth place among the region’s best airports. Bangkok also emerged victorious, being named the Best City in …

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Police target tourist scammers in major Pattaya cleanup

To make Pattaya safer for tourists, the Tourist Police Bureau has joined forces with the embassies of five countries to combat tourist scams and dismantle 10 criminal gangs operating in the bustling resort city. Bureau Commissioner Police Lieutenant General Saksira Phuek-am led a crucial meeting on Thursday to establish robust safety measures for tourists in …

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I’ve been denied entry to Thailand – Now What?

THE THAIGER / ASEAN NOW EXCLUSIVE What happens if you are being denied entry to Thailand? The Thaiger asked Tod Daniels, visa expert at ASEAN NOW visa forum, what do do in this situation. Tod: The first thing is DO NOT panic, many many hundreds of people per week are denied entry and it is …

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PM Srettha crushes coalition crisis rumours

Thailand Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has slammed rumours suggesting the Palang Pracharath Party might be ousted from the coalition government. Speaking to reporters at Parliament yesterday, June 21, Srettha decisively quashed the speculation. “I have never mentioned any changes, and these rumours did not come from me.” The 62 year old PM assured that the …

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Government may raise foreign condo ownership limit to 75%

The government considers increasing the foreign ownership limit in condominiums from 49% to 75% of a building’s usable space, as disclosed by Deputy Prime Minister Phumtham Wechayachai. The Interior Ministry is evaluating the feasibility of extending the maximum leasehold period for foreigners from 50 years to 99 years. Phumtham stated that this proposal was first …

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Budget deficit: Government to unveil new economic measures

Amidst budget deficit concerns, the government will introduce new measures to boost the struggling economy next week, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin announced today. Discussions about economic stimuli and the stock market were held with Finance Minister Pichai Chunhavajira yesterday evening. “A significant announcement on short-term, medium-term, and long-term measures will be made tomorrow or the …

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Army dog auction to feature trained military dogs

The Army Dog Centre is set to open bidding for 66 well-trained but test-disqualified military dogs on July 6. The auction will feature Labrador Retrievers, Belgian Malinois, and German Shepherds at the Army Dog Centre in Nakhon Ratchasima. Details have been gradually released on the Army Dog Centre’s Facebook page, revealing the initial bidding prices …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
PM vows to get ‘Ferrari’ economy humming
Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has likened Thailand’s economy to a 12-cylinder Ferrari with only six or seven cylinders working. But the government is firing on all cylinders to get the engine running at full throttle, he says.
Real estate execs back steps to boost foreign investment
Local real estate executives have expressed support for proposals to extend land-lease periods to as long as 99 years, saying the change would be conducive to attracting more foreign investment.
MFP slams military budget, questions anti-drone funding
The opposition Move Forward Party (MFP) on Friday took aim at the national defence budget, saying the military spending plan did not reflect changing security challenges and threats.
Asian shares ease back on profit-taking
RECAP: Asian shares ended the week with a whimper after a recent rally to 26-month highs drew profit-taking, while the relentless strength in the US dollar pushed the Japanese yen towards the intervention zone.
Bangkok townhouse sales plunge
New sales of Greater Bangkok townhouses plummeted in the first quarter of 2024 to a 12-year low, nearing levels following the severe floods of 2011, largely attributed to weak demand in the middle to lower-end segments.
Agricultural products help shipments grow 7.2% in May
Thailand's exports in May grew by 7.2% year-on-year, the highest level in 14 months, driven by agricultural products.
Power generation investment to reach B1tn within 6 years
Investment in the development of new electricity generation facilities, aimed at promoting renewable energy, is expected to reach 1 trillion baht over the next six years under the novel power development plan (PDP), says energy permanent secretary Prasert Sinsukprasert.
Cheap imports levied VAT from July
The Royal Gazette has announced the Finance Ministry will begin collecting value-added tax (VAT) on all imported goods, including those priced below 1,500 baht, effective from July 5.
Srettha touts new stimuli
The government will roll out additional measures to stimulate the sluggish economy next week, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Friday.
Foreign condo ownership quota being reviewed
The government will study the feasibility of raising the level of foreign ownership allowed in condominiums from 49% of a building’s usable space to 75%, according to Deputy Prime Minister Phumtham Wechayachai.
 
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Czechia and Georgia battle to 1-1 draw
HAMBURG - European Championship newcomers Georgia held the Czech Republic to a 1-1 draw on Saturday, taking a shock lead through a Georges Mikautadze penalty before an equaliser off the chest of Patrik Schick.
PM vows to get ‘Ferrari’ economy humming
Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has likened Thailand’s economy to a 12-cylinder Ferrari with only six or seven cylinders working. But the government is firing on all cylinders to get the engine running at full throttle, he says.
Key suspect in Stark fraud arrested in Dubai
Chanin Yensudchai, one of the key suspects in Stark Corporation embezzlement scandal, has been arrested in Dubai and will be deported on Sunday, according to a source familiar with the case.
Israeli strikes kill at least 42 in Gaza
CAIRO - At least 42 people were killed in Israeli attacks on districts of Gaza City in the north of the Palestinian enclave on Saturday, the director of the Hamas-run government media office said.
Price dispute could derail ‘old rice’ auction
The Public Warehouse Organisation (PWO) is likely to drop the unofficial winning bidder in an auction for 15,000 tonnes of old rice and negotiate with others due to a pricing disagreement, according to a source at the Ministry of Commerce.
Thai and Chinese officials team up against scams
KUNMING, China - Thai police are joining hands with their Chinese counterparts to tackle human trafficking and call centre scams in China.
Real estate execs back steps to boost foreign investment
Local real estate executives have expressed support for proposals to extend land-lease periods to as long as 99 years, saying the change would be conducive to attracting more foreign investment.
Sino-French satellite launched into orbit
SHANGHAI - A satellite developed by China and France, the most powerful yet for studying the farthest explosions of stars, was launched into orbit on Saturday, the Chinese state broadcaster CCTV reported.
Vietnamese man arrested with protected birds
A Vietnamese man has been arrested and 58 protected birds, destined for another country, seized from a house in the Klong Chan area of Bangkok.
Popular Facebook page busted for Euro 2024 betting ads
The owner of a Facebook page with over 2 million followers has been arrested on charges of posting online gambling advertisements related to the 2024 Uefa European Championship (Euro 2024), police said.
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