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Thai minister to push for Land Bridge megaproject in China visit

Suriya Jungrungreangkit, the Thai Transport Minister, is set to lead a delegation to China to explore further developments concerning the Thai-Chinese high-speed railway project and advocate for the 1 trillion baht (US$ 27 billion) Land Bridge megaproject. The visit, which is scheduled for next month, will involve participation in the 31st Thailand-China joint ministerial committee …

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Prachinburi firefighters battle stubborn landfill blaze

A relentless blaze has been challenging firefighters in Prachinburi as they work tirelessly to extinguish a landfill fire that has been burning throughout the night. The fire, spanning over an area exceeding 17 rai with mounds of garbage more than 4 metres high, has caused significant distress to locals due to the smoke and foul …

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Pattaya police raid reveals 21 Burmese living illegally in rented properties

In Pattaya, a police raid led by Police Lieutenant Colonel Weerachai Thinkhamut, Superintendent of the Immigration Police for Chon Buri province, resulted in the arrest of 21 Burmese nationals living illegally in rented properties on Soi Kho Phai. The operation, which took place around midday yesterday, April 24, was instigated following complaints from locals about …

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Meth-induced crime wave hits Hat Yai as man’s spree leads to police chase

A drug-fueled crime spree has gripped the city of Hat Yai in Songkhla province, as a 35 year old man, identified by locals as Num Thip, went on a violent rampage following heavy consumption of methamphetamine and crystal meth. The series of events, which occurred today, April 25, resulted in the apprehension of Thitipong Kwamsup …

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Boost your eCommerce sales with essential SEO tactics

In today’s digital environment, where the internet serves as the main marketplace for consumers, mastering eCommerce Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become a critical requirement for companies aiming to achieve success online. The expenses related to eCommerce SEO vary between £750 and £8000 monthly for small to medium-sized businesses, clearly indicating that optimizing an online …

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Thais’ methods for fighting plastic pollution: A Thai-made solution

Have you been informed about the recent developments in Thailand? The situation is rather noteworthy. Thailand, celebrated for its stunning beaches and vibrant natural landscapes, faces a significant challenge with plastic pollution. This issue has become critical as recycling efforts are not sufficient to manage waste accumulation, which includes contributions from both domestic and international …

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Ang Thong’s spirit boat lures lottery hopefuls with sacred numbers

A boat believed to be inhabited by spirits has become the centre of attraction in Ang Thong province, attracting locals with the lure of winning lottery numbers. The boat, located at Wat Mai Khok Marum temple, is linked to the tragic tale of a woman named Praewa and her unborn child, Grung Gring. It is …

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Thailand households cut cooling costs with aircon and fan trick

In the grip of summer heat, Thailand households are finding that using air conditioning is a necessity rather than a luxury. However, the spike in electricity bills at the end of the month has many looking for cost-effective ways to stay cool. A recent experiment by the YouTube channel CLEAR ENERGY sparked significant interest, offering …

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Scorching heatwave sparks record-breaking electricity surge

Energy officials revealed that electricity demand skyrocketed to a staggering 35,830 megawatts (MW) at precisely 8.58pm on Monday, shattering previous records amid a blistering national heatwave. Temperatures across the country soared between 35 and 38 degrees Celcius, peaking at a scorching 42 degrees Celcius on the same day. “This demand surge surpassed the previous record …

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South Korean man’s cat-killing spree lands him in prison

A South Korean man, identified only as being in his twenties, has been handed a 14-month prison sentence for slaughtering 76 cats. This harrowing revelation emerged from the recent verdict delivered by the Changwon District Court, which condemned the perpetrator for violating South Korea’s stringent animal protection laws. According to court documents obtained by the …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
The thorny issue of digital wallet funding
The coalition government led by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin made a significant pivot on its flagship scheme, which aims to hands out 10,000 baht each to 50 million Thais via a digital wallet, shifting from government borrowing, which drew sharp criticism and raised concerns about potential violations of financial and fiscal discipline regulations.
BoT urges banks to help vulnerable
The Bank of Thailand is allowing commercial banks to adapt their business models to help vulnerable customers, in response to the prime minister's directive urging large local banks to lower lending interest rates for vulnerable groups and small businesses.
Rising expenses add to hotels' woes
Hotel operators anticipate high expenses from power bills, food prices and labour wages as the low season arrives amid scorching temperatures.
Suriya outlines China visit agenda
Transport Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit will visit China next month to discuss the Thai-Chinese high-speed railway project and further promote the 1-trillion-baht Land Bridge megaproject.
Office demand turns negative in 1st quarter
The office market recorded negative absorption in the first quarter of 2024, ending a consecutive seven-quarter rise from mid-2022, as demand shifted from non-green to green spaces and downsized offices, according to property consultant Knight Frank Thailand.
Thailand proposes peace plan
Thailand has proposed having three or more Asean member countries work in unison to engage with Myanmar's military junta to ease the crisis and bring about peace in the conflict-torn nation while remaining firm on its stance on humanitarian assistance and promoting peace.
PTTEP execs face charges in Rolls-Royce bribes scandal
The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has found grounds to believe that four executives of PTT Exploration and Production Plc (PTTEP) colluded to manipulate the bidding for an equipment procurement contract worth almost a billion baht that was awarded to Rolls-Royce and implemented between 2004 and 2008.
Toxic-waste fire victims lay complaint against authorities
About 100 people affected by the fire still burning at a hazardous waste storage plant in Rayong province have filed a complaint against the industrial authorities who earlier approved it.
No letup, more hot days ahead
Weathermen warn that temperatures could soar to new highs between Friday and Tuesday, with the wet season not due to start until the third week of May.
Long Songkran generated B140bn in tourism income
The three weeks of this year’s Songkran festival generated about 140 billion baht in tourism income, with 1.9 million foreign tourists visiting the country during the celebration, according to the Tourism and Sports Ministry.
 
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The thorny issue of digital wallet funding
The coalition government led by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin made a significant pivot on its flagship scheme, which aims to hands out 10,000 baht each to 50 million Thais via a digital wallet, shifting from government borrowing, which drew sharp criticism and raised concerns about potential violations of financial and fiscal discipline regulations.
BoT urges banks to help vulnerable
The Bank of Thailand is allowing commercial banks to adapt their business models to help vulnerable customers, in response to the prime minister's directive urging large local banks to lower lending interest rates for vulnerable groups and small businesses.
Amlo seizes B68m from gambling ring
The Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) seized additional assets valued at approximately 68 million baht, owned by individuals associated with the busted high-profile online gambling ring operated by Suchanun Sucharitchinsri, also known as the Minnie network.
Mutual fund managers want more state support
The Association of Investment Management Companies (AIMC) is preparing to ask the government to provide support to the Thai mutual fund industry, citing efforts in Japan and India to boost the growth of their capital markets.
Policymakers set to prepare more AI rules
Policymakers will draw up more new artificial intelligence (AI) rules to prevent the violation of AI ethics and promote AI development through good governance and planned guidelines for generative AI.
Rising expenses add to hotels' woes
Hotel operators anticipate high expenses from power bills, food prices and labour wages as the low season arrives amid scorching temperatures.
Suriya outlines China visit agenda
Transport Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit will visit China next month to discuss the Thai-Chinese high-speed railway project and further promote the 1-trillion-baht Land Bridge megaproject.
Office demand turns negative in 1st quarter
The office market recorded negative absorption in the first quarter of 2024, ending a consecutive seven-quarter rise from mid-2022, as demand shifted from non-green to green spaces and downsized offices, according to property consultant Knight Frank Thailand.
PM lauds 'team effort' to clear Rama II Road
The prime minister has complimented the government and private agencies on improving traffic flow along Rama II Road while all construction work there is expected to be completed by next year.
US carrier group makes port call
Chon Buri: A US carrier strike group arrived in Laem Chabang for a scheduled port visit on Wednesday.
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