RANONG — J’Tae scooped steaming guay tiew noodles into bowls while turning to watch, enraptured, at the news.
Short-term rental platform Airbnb said Monday it will announce a breakthrough in cooperation with Thai authorities next week.
The law is now clear: Airbnb is illegal. Read why that is unlikely to halt its growth.
BANGKOK — Nearly a dozen previously off-limits jobs were opened to foreign nationals Thursday, while a request retail service jobs be included was denied.
BANGKOK — Korpong Tansuwan has a clothing store to run. But he’s also got children to run back and forth from school and supplies to keep in stock. His sole Burmese employee is left to manage things alone during these errands – which is when undercover cops like to show up and cause trouble. Trouble that can end in paying a costly bribe.
BANGKOK — Business owners say they are unable to find Thai employees to staff service jobs and are urging the government to relax its restrictions on foreign employees.
BANGKOK — The decision to build new airports at two top tourist destinations was welcomed by the head of the tourism department Friday as a means to support ever-growing tourist arrivals.
BANGKOK — Steady hikes to fuel prices this month have the transport sector jittery and consumers unhappy they’re no longer notified in advance as the cost per liter rose to the highest level in over three years.
Two weeks after new consumer protections came into effect, few landlords are abiding by them. Should you roll over and give up? No, you should not.
BANGKOK — A government official said Wednesday it’s looking to allow law enforcement to confiscate the cryptocurrency of those involved in serious crimes.