Thailand morning news for May 22

Thailand morning news for May 22

NSC to propose extending emergency decree until end of June Thailand’s National Security Council is to recommend, to the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), an extension of the state of emergency until the end of June, as Thailand records three new coronavirus infections today. — Thai PBS News Thai Government insists Thai Chana Covid19 […]

Thailand morning news for May 21

Thailand morning news for May 21

Fate of emergency decree to be decided Thursday Officials will decide on Thursday on the future of the emergency decree, which is due to end on May 31, National Security Council secretary-general Somsak Roongsita said on Wednesday. — Bangkok Post More trouble for ailing Thai Airways as Airbus calls in its debts Even as struggling […]

Thailand morning news for May 20

Thailand morning news for May 20

Thai anger unabated, banned politician says, 10 years after army crackdown Thailand marked the 10th anniversary of a bloody army crackdown on protesters on Tuesday, with a banned opposition politician saying anger was unabated, especially after last year’s disputed election that kept a coup leader in power. — CNA Final Bailout Plan to Strip Thai […]

Thailand morning news for May 19

Thailand morning news for May 19

Thai economy slips into recession after worst quarter in 8 years Thailand’s economy contracted at its sharpest pace in eight years in the first quarter, pushing Southeast Asia’s second largest economy into recession sooner than expected, as the coronavirus pandemic hit tourism and domestic activity. — CNA Banks may see strong loan growth, more bad […]

Thailand morning news for May 18

Thailand morning news for May 18

Three new COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand today Thailand recorded three new COVID-19 infections today (Sunday), as the country enters the second phase of lockdown relaxation. — Thai PBS News Thai Airways ponders bankruptcy as it enters rehab Thai Airways, which turns 60 years old this month, recorded a net loss of US$66 million in […]

1 2 3 105