BANGKOK — Telecommunications regulators said Wednesday they decided to drop an ultimatum given to top foreign online platforms after finding flaws in their own...
BANGKOK — Thailand's military government used a special executive order Tuesday to delay implementation of a recently introduced labor law after tens of thousands of migrant workers fled the country fearing punishment under the new rules.
BANGKOK — Members of the junta-appointed reform committee said Tuesday that social media users need stricter identity verification methods to deter them from using it inappropriately.
BANGKOK — The National Council for Peace and Order announced Friday it would use its absolute power to delay the implementation of a migrant labor law that would levy heavy fines on employers of illegal migrant workers.
BANGKOK — A transparency activist announced Thursday he would file a complaint over the government’s exemption of a multibillion tourism landmark from the usual competitive bidding protocol.
BANGKOK — It's been 20 years since a financial meltdown spread through much of Asia, wrecking economies and bringing down governments.
BANGKOK — The government on Tuesday exempted a multibillion baht tourist attraction project from the mandatory call for bids, saying such hassle might cause delay.
BANGKOK — Oil companies resumed operations Monday after the junta chief used his self-granted absolute power to overturn a court order and give them...
BANGKOK — Thousands flocked to a computer expo over the weekend to snatch up components to mine online money.
BANGKOK — After the junta chief exempted the 179 billion baht, high-speed railway project from 10 laws and orders last week, questions have flown...