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TAT To Invite Foreign Journalists To Boost Tourism

BANGKOK — Foreign reporters and bloggers will be invited on a government-sponsored trip to Thailand in an effort to boost the country's struggling tourism industry, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).

Thai Law: On Hire-Purchase of Cars and Motorbikes

Buying a big bike and not paying all cash? You’ll likely face a new law.

Huanying! Tourists From China and 18 Nations Get Visa Discount

Tourists from China and 18 other countries will pay discounted visa fees upon arrival for three months starting in December.
Trader Gregory Rowe works Nov. 7 on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: Richard Drew / Associated Press

S&P 500 Slides Into ‘Correction’ for Second Time This Year

United States stocks closed lower after a shortened session Friday, bumping the benchmark S&P 500 index into a correction, or drop of 10 percent...

PromptPay Restored After NYE Glitch

BANGKOK — An online money transferring service resumed its operations Sunday afternoon after these were halted without explanation in the morning of New Year’s Eve.

17 Pilots Said to Quit Nok Air as More Flights Canceled



BANGKOK — Troubles continue piling up for Nok Air with reports that 17 pilots have left the airline.

Thai Post’s 12 Hilarious Reasons Not to Google Translate Thai

Roast duck sanctuary and sweet-fitting Kayasart. Know ye millet grain?

120B Mega Project Coming to Site of Former Suan Lum Night Bazaar

BANGKOK — Six years after the eviction of the Suan Lum Night Bazaar, a development company Monday morning announced plans to construct a cluster of office, residential and retail towers on the site.

International Labor Federation Files Suit Against Thailand

GENEVA — IndustriALL, a global labor union with 50 million members, has filed a complaint against Thailand at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, the union announced today.

Botched Tablet Deal: Govt Seeks B156 Mil Damage Fee

(22 March) The government will file a lawsuit seeking a compensation fee of 154.6 million baht from the company behind the now-collapsed school tablet computers plan.

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