An estimated 5,000 protesters, known as the "Red Shirts," occupied a three square kilometer area of Bangkok's business district for two months. Their leaders said they...
Automotive manufacturing in Thailand started 50 years ago after a Japanese company set up operations as an import substitution activity to take advantage of preferential tax...
Despite the political unrest, Thai Life Underwriters Association believes its business will grow by 20 per cent to Bt300 billion this year because consumers are focusing...
The Japan External Trade Organization JETRO today released the results of its latest annual survey on the international operations of Japanese firms. The survey, conducted between...
Thailand’s current political turmoil will reduce the gross domestic product (GDP) growth by 2-3 per cent if it continues escalating, according to a top banker.
Thai troops patrolled Bangkok’s financial district on Monday in a show of force as protesters threatened a march on Tuesday that could incite a new confrontation....
Bangkok will be virtually devoid of any organised Songkran celebration this year after the Khao San Road merchants' association cancelled its plans following the bloody clash...
Businesses stand to lose two or three hundred million baht in revenue today because of the anti-government rally blocking Ratchaprasong intersection, Thanawat Polwichai, director of the...