Thailand morning news for April 22

Thailand morning news for April 22

Airbus pulls out of U-Tapao airport project A planned 11-billion-baht joint venture between Airbus and Thai Airways to develop a maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility at Rayong’s U-Tapao Airport has fallen victim to the Covid-19 pandemic. — The Nation (very annoying popups) Thailand extends foreigners’ visas as coronavirus cases slow Thailand’s cabinet approved a […]

Thailand morning news for April 21

Thailand morning news for April 21

Weakening baht bolsters Thai exports in March Thailand’s exports entered the positive territory in March after contracting 4.47 per cent in February, the Commerce Ministry’s Trade Policy and Strategy Office (TPSO) said on Tuesday (April 21). — The Nation (very annoying popups) Almost 300 horses die from sickness African horse sickness has killed almost 300 […]

Thailand morning news for April 20

Thailand morning news for April 20

Tell PM to stop weapons purchases, end corruption: academic’s message to country’s richest Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s open letter seeking support from the country’s richest has drawn harsh criticism from netizens while an academic urged him to scrap weapons purchases and get rid of corruption. — The Nation (very annoying popups) Air pollution in Bangkok […]

Thailand morning news for April 17

Thailand morning news for April 17

Confidence dips again as recession looms Large-cap stocks listed on Thailand’s stock market saw another day of sell-off following the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) grim economic forecast and a fall in crude prices. — Bangkok Post Thai Prime Minister reassures public that 5000 baht will be paid for three months as part of financial stimulus […]

Thailand morning news for April 16

Thailand morning news for April 16

‘Not Enough Money,’ Prayut Slashes 3-Month Relief Program Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Wednesday said the government may be able to pay only one month of the promised three-month cash relief package for workers affected by the coronavirus epidemic. — Khaosod English Cabinet to consider easing restrictions in last week of April: PM After a […]

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