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The Government Public Relations Department (PRD) is scheduled to hold its thirteenth weekly Music in the Garden event in the Public Relations Department (PRD) auditorium this evening.
Residents of Chiang Rai province have come up with ways to cope with the dangerous aftermath of the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that struck on May 5th of this year.
The first flight arranged by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) for Thai Muslim pilgrims has left Narathiwat province for Medina, Saudi Arabia, carrying 281 Hajj participants.
The Thai Meteorological Department has warned 15 provinces of heavy rains until August 29. Disaster prone areas were advised to check if dams, reservoirs and flood barriers were in good conditions.
Export growth turned negative in the month of July, due to reduction in shipments of fuel, gold and rubber.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is considering adopting some measures to maximize tourism revenue, including extending visitors’ visa stay, as this year’s earning is likely to be lower than targeted.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand’s chairman believes that the Thai stocks as a whole would improve by leaps next year, thanks to the formation of a new government.
The extraordinary committee overseeing the fiscal 2015 budget has so far completed its review of the budget proposals from 16 ministries, making 4.08 billion baht of reductions in total so far.
Governor of the Bank of Thailand (BoT) Prasarn Trairatvorakul has remarked that the Thai economy will return to its potential growth rate of 4.5-5% due to the countrys strong economic foundations.
The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) will today (Thursday) convene to deliberate the drafts of nine laws that have been marked by the National Council for Peace and Order for speedy processing.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha has been paid a visit by Thai and European business operators and has allayed their concerns over the political impact on the economy, insisting that he will strive to address all economic issues.
Twenty-nine provinces are being warned of flash floods that may occur during August 26-30, according to the Meteorological Department.
The Government Public Relations Department (PRD) is scheduled to holds its ninth weekly ‘Music in the Garden’ event in the Public Relations Department (PRD) auditorium on Soi Ari late in the afternoon, in an ongoing promotion of unity and harmony in the community.
The Department of Livestock Development will host the ‘Thailand Green Livestock Expo 2014’ from August 27 to 31, 2014, 0900am – 0800pm, free of charge, at Petchburi Animal Quarantine Station. Public is invited to enjoy an array of exhibitions and activities such as shopping livestock products, tasting delicious food and taking photos with exotic animals.
More NLA members resign from their posts
NLA to deliberate nine draft laws marked for urgent processing today
Thai-European Business Association discusses investment promotion with premier
TAT plans to extend visa stay for tourists to raise revenue
NCPO aims to push ahead with its reform roadmap
Export growth negative in July due to lower ore, fuel, gold and rubber exports
Bangchak set to reduce pump prices to return happiness to people
Music in the Garden: “Honoring the Queen, the joy of four regions”
SET down 5.53 to 1,559.05 points
Narathiwat to organize "Kong Dee Sri Sakorn 2014" from August 29 to September 7
Music in the Garden draws a big crowd
Special Report: Sexual Abuse prevention software, by Thai Students
PM tasks military with assisting flood-affected residents
Farewell ceremony for those going to join Hajj
Special Report: Police set to deepen surrogacy practice probe
Payao calls for cooperation from radio stations in Payao to warn people of possible mud flows.
Fiscal Policy Office: economic gauges show revival
Motorists should plan well due to heavy rain this week: Traffic Police
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