Thailand tops UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) rank in ASEAN

Other ASEAN countries have also been ranked for their SDGs achievements, namely Vietnam at the 54th, Singapore at the 66th, Malaysia at the 68th, the Philippines at the 97th, Indonesia at the 102nd, Myanmar at the 110th, the Lao PDR at the 111th, Cambodia at the 112th

Investment in Human Capital Key to Reducing Inequality in Thailand

90% of Thais believe the gap between rich and poor is a problem. And only 39% of Thais feel their standards of living are getting better.

Thailand’s Human Capital Key to Long-Term Growth

Investing in human capital and pursuing economic reforms is critically important for Thailand to become a high-income nation

Why Thais just don’t care about climate change

Thousands of young people marched through cities in Asia Friday, but the demonstration in Bangkok drew few people compared to other countries.

EEC will require an additional one million workers

Of the one million workers required, a labour shortage in the digital industry is most severe

Thailand needs more skilled foreign workers

The minimum monthly income for highly-skilled experts Smart Visa has been changed to 100,000 baht and to 50,000 baht for experts in startups and retired experts

Six priorities to strengthen the digital economy in Southeast Asia

The signs of Southeast Asia’s digital transformation are obvious from its impressive tech “unicorn” companies, such as GoJek, Grab and Lazada, Sea, Tokopedia and Traveloka

Thailand: structural change is needed to create more quality jobs (OECD)

Sustained, strong growth and a rapidly modernising economy have turned Thailand into an upper-middle income country