Sympathy to Thailand over damage caused by storms Politics

Sympathy to Thailand over damage caused by storms

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has extended sympathy to his Thai counterpart Prayut Chan-o-cha over great losses in humans and property caused by storms Podul and Kajiki and subsequent floods in Thailand’s northeastern, central and northern regions.
Thailand pilots new forestation plan World

Thailand pilots new forestation plan

The Royal Forest Department of Thailand is introducing a new forest plantation model that it says can cut costs while creating more green space.
Thailand to deal with China’s yuan devaluation World

Thailand to deal with China’s yuan devaluation

The depreciation of the Chinese currency, the yuan, will affect the baht of Thailand and export values of the country for the rest of the year, which will force the Bank of Thailand (BoT) to come up with measures to manage the Thai currency, according to economists.
Thailand aims to double cargo handling income World

Thailand aims to double cargo handling income

The Airports of Thailand (AoT) plans to set up a sister company to operate its centre for pre-export agricultural product inspection, in an effort to attract more customers in China, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam to help double its annual income from cargo handling services.
THAIFEX - World of Food Asia 2019 kicks off in Bangkok World

THAIFEX - World of Food Asia 2019 kicks off in Bangkok

Thailand's public and private sectors, in cooperation with the Department of International Trade Promotion, the Thai Chamber of Commerce and Koelnmesse Company Limited of Germany, are organizing the annual THAIFEX - World of Food Asia, which opened on May 28.
Thai economy grows by 2.8 pct in 2019’s Q1 World

Thai economy grows by 2.8 pct in 2019’s Q1

The fluctuating global economy and the trade war between China and the US which has reduced the export sector has caused the Thai economy in the first quarter of this year to grow at a slower pace, at 2.8 percent compared to 3.6 percent in the last quarter of 2018.
Thailand’s cross-border trade in Q1 increase by 1.86 percent World

Thailand’s cross-border trade in Q1 increase by 1.86 percent

The Department of Foreign Trade has unveiled the gross value of Thailand’s cross-border trading with immediate neighbouring countries during this year’s first quarter has amounted to 342.63 billion baht, accounting for a 1.86 percent increase with Malaysia as the largest cross-border trading partner, followed by Laos and Cambodia.