Europe and Thailand relations after the coup

As the Royal Thai Army plotted its coup against the democratically-elected government in May 2014, Thailand was the second largest economy in ASEAN, and stood on the brink of signing a landmark Free Trade Agreement with the EU.

Thais and Chinese are Burma’s Largest Visitor Groups

Most visitors to Burma are from Asia and the biggest nationality groups are Thai and Chinese, said an Asean travel and tourism report.

Investment opportunities for Thai SMEs towards AEC

Thai SMEs should not only prepare to handle the challenges, but also need to take advantage of AEC liberalizations

Thailand and Sweden ink agreement

Thailand and Sweden have signed an agreement which will contribute to bilateral law enforcement against organised and severe crimes, drug and human trafficking and terrorism.

US Rice Federation fears Thailand dumping

The USA Rice Federation fears Thailand will eventually dump rice on the global market, according to Oryza Rice Recap, a website specialising in providing rice information.

Unexpected rate cut Shows Thailand worries

The Bank of Thailand lowered its benchmark interest rate for the first time in nine months to stimulate Thailand’s 2013 economy. BoT’s Monetary Policy Committee MPC voted 5 to 2 to cut the policy interest rate from 3 per cent to 2.75 per cent per annum, effective immediately.

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Thailand’s New social security system should include all hospitals

Permanent Secretary for Labor Mr. Somkiat Chayasriwong said every Thai national would be able to avail himself to the emergency service at any hospital in the country without charges.