Thailand morning news for September 28

Thailand morning news for September 28

NUS, Mahidol casualties of rising China & Malaysia: 2019 World University Rankings The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings are out for another year and while there’s some minor shuffling in the top 10, lower down the list where most Asean universities sit there’s some considerable disruption taking place. — AEC News Today Prayuth […]

Thailand morning news for September 27

Thailand morning news for September 27

Before ‘Wild Boars’ rescue mission, four others were saved from Thai cave: Reports Two British divers who helped rescue a Thai youth football team from a flooded cave had earlier saved four adults also stranded in the complex, according to a new report on a mission that gripped the world. — Channel NewsAsia/ AFP BOT […]

Thailand morning news for September 26

Thailand morning news for September 26

August tourist arrivals up 3% Thailand’s tourism market remains strong, with more than 3.2 million foreigners travelling here in August, rising 3% year-on-year. — Bangkok Post Thai police recover body of murdered Scot Alan Hogg & Thai wife Nott Suddaen (video) The bodies a British man and his wife missing in northern Thailand for the […]

Thailand morning news for September 25

Thailand morning news for September 25

Airport rail link timeline announced The contract for the high-speed railway set to link Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-tapao airports will officially be announced and signed by the winning bidder by next January, the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has announced. — Bangkok Post Thai junta chief eyes role in politics after election Thai Prime […]

Thailand morning news for September 24

Thailand morning news for September 24

Chinese mainland tourists to Thailand drop 11 percent in August Chinese mainland tourists to Thailand dropped 11.77 percent in August compared with the same month last year, according to Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports statistics. — Xinhuanet Legalized medicinal cannabis proposals Invoking Article 44 of the interim constitution to legalize medical marijuana is merely […]

Thailand morning news for September 21

Thailand morning news for September 21

Governor admits Bangkok still faces flood risks Bangkok still has to watch out for possible flooding while massive run-offs from upper Thailand are expected to pass the capital through Chao Phraya River in the aftermath of Typhoon Mangkhut and the monsoon will continue for a month or two. — Thai PBS World Safety warning issued […]

Thailand morning news for September 20

Thailand morning news for September 20

US tariffs on China judged to support Thai export growth The latest round of US tariff hikes on an additional US$200 billion (6.49 trillion baht) worth of Chinese goods is expected to help Thai exports, offering opportunities to replace the Chinese products in the US market, according to a Commerce Ministry study. — Bangkok Post […]

Thailand morning news for September 19

Thailand morning news for September 19

The cost of corruption: Bt100 billion CORRUPTION in the bureaucracy will cost the country up to Bt100 billion this fiscal year, an expert on graft revealed yesterday. — The Nation Prayut dithers over political ambitions Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha remained non-committal about his political future Tuesday despite a pledge to make his stance clear this […]

Thailand morning news for September 18

Thailand morning news for September 18

Warning of dengue fever in Bangkok Bangkokians, especially children, have been warned to protect themselves from dengue fever which has since the beginning of this year infected more than 5,800 people in Bangkok with five fatalities so far. — Thai PBS World TMB introducing online account opening From next month, TMB plans to offer electronic […]

Thailand morning news for September 17

Thailand morning news for September 17

40 provinces face heavy rain from Typhoon Mangkhut Forty provinces have been warned to brace for heavy rain and possibly very heavy rain today and the next few days as an indirect effect from super Typhoon Mangkhut which hit the Philippines this morning. — Thai PBS World THAI to deploy larger planes to HK for […]

Thailand morning news for September 14

Thailand morning news for September 14

Elections will be held on Feb 24, govt maintains GOVERNMENT LEADERS reiterated yesterday that the national elections will be held on February 24, now that the last two electoral organic laws were promulgated on Wednesday. — The Nation Dtac users ‘must switch’ to avoid service loss Almost 95,000 customers on Total Access Communication’s (Dtac) 850MHz […]

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