(29 January) The Thai government is planning to auction off its mortgaged rice by late January and early February, officials said.
RAYONG — A music festival on Ko Samet suspended ticket sales Thursday after the island community complained it benefits only the organizer and leaves behind nothing but garbage.
BANGKOK - The Ministry of Finance has submitted a proposal to the military junta requesting an eight percent increase in bureaucrats' salaries.
BANGKOK — Starting April 10, a bottle of water at Don Mueang International Airport cannot be sold for more than 10 baht, officials said Tuesday.
SATUL — Marine police in Satul province inspected fishing boats manned by Burmese workers today to look for potential human traffickers and drug use.
TRAT — Maritime officials said a residence belonging to an executive at the nation’s largest corporate conglomerate sits illegally on nearly 60 rai (9.6 hectares) of protected forest land.
Roast duck sanctuary and sweet-fitting Kayasart. Know ye millet grain?
BANGKOK — A new high-end taxi service is set to launch in Bangkok this May in an effort to address persistent complaints about cab drivers who reject passengers or refuse to use meters.
BANGKOK — When controversy erupted earlier this month involving celebrities, social media and beer, the public had an unlikely source to thank for the full-blown media convulsion that ensued.
A push toward the digital economy is the cornerstone of the Thailand 4.0 initiative, a little policy I have been writing about here and there. Something that might seem a bit abstract, but it indeed has metrics that can be measured and analyzed.