Bangkok, 24 April 2019 – Thai Airways International (THAI) is holding “See the World Sense the World” photo contest for passengers who travel with THAI or...
Despite ranking second for employment prospects, Bangkok placed 11th overall as its scores for cost of living and quality of life were poor.
The Thai government has continued to promote investment in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), especially its electric vehicle and railway sectors.
The report shows that PM2.5 dust particles for the whole year in Thailand averaged 26.4 microns.
The French landing gear MRO provider has started construction of a new facility in Chonburi, Thailand
Singapore is once again the most liveable location for Asian expatriates, having claimed the top spot every year since ECA’s liveability rankings began in 2005.
The erosion of support for globalization poses real risks for China, whose economic prospects are deeply intertwined with its integration into world markets
Sustained, strong growth and a rapidly modernising economy have turned Thailand into an upper-middle income country