Thailand drops at 124 in 2010 Global Peace Index

Thailand is ranked at 124 out of 149 countries in the Global…

Thai Baht against Euro : How bad can it get ?

If you’re among the expatriates who live in Thailand with euros, you’re…

Bankers urge gradual liberalisation to meet Thailand-European FTA

Bankers have called for the government to gradually liberalise the financial sector in order to ensure their competitiveness under the planned Thailand-European Union Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

Thailand’s smartphone market skyrockets with BlackBerry sales

TrueMove has reported 200% growth in its sales of BlackBerry smartphones during…

Thailand’s Prime Minister calls for reconciliation

The Prime Minister said that the authorities had been able to put the situation under control and returned the area concerned to the BMA. A large amount of weapons were found, including M79 grenades, incendiary bombs and different types of bullets, as well as vehicles rigged as car bombs.

Thailand’s GDP growth hits 15-year high at 12% in Q1

The Thai economy hit a 15-year high at 12 per cent growth in the first quarter of this year but the recent political violence could pull growth down by 1.5 per cent, National Economics and Social Development Board (NESDB) secretary-general Ampong Kitti-ampon said on Monday.

Bangkok Building damage estimated $1.25 billion

Bangkok stands to lose an estimated 30-40 billion baht in property damages after more than 30 buildings including CentralWorld and Big C in the Ratchadamri area were torched by anti-government protesters who were enraged after their leaders surrendered to police.

Thailand’s economic prospects for 2010

Thailand’s economic prospects continued to get brighter as the first quarter of…