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  1. Car exports for January drops 14.53 percent, the lowest in 19 months
  2. Fuel prices down except diesel
  3. Thailand to stop sugar subsidy by year-end
  4. Unemployment rate rises
  5. Analysts expect baht to weaken against rising interest rates
  6. Lottery Office warns of lifetime ban on lottery sale
  7. New measure to deal with Student Loan Fund debtors
  8. Banksí NPLs last year upped 40 billion baht to 382 billion baht
  9. Thailand Post to step up operations to accommodate growing e-commerce
  10. Thailand expects windfall from Trumpís policies
  11. Court fines man arrested for operating home microbrew
  12. Exports up for first time in 4 years but trade deficit also at record high
  13. Baht will likely fluctuate this year
  14. Gov to reduce Thailand's reliance on being an export-driven economy
  15. Ikea Ďover-investsí in early recruitment for new store
  16. Scam
  17. Government clamps down on rice exploiters
  18. Cabinet meeting approves 3-year, tariff-free soybean import plan
  19. Measures to cope with aged society
  20. NBTC asked to deal with online movie service
  21. Condominium sale this year drops 10 percent to 46,000 units
  22. Hotel association calls for hotel legalisation to stop price war, better safety stand
  23. Top ten promising businesses for 2017
  24. FT charge for Jan-April period cut by four satang per unit
  25. TAT predicts 5.5 billion baht revenue from 370,000 tourist arrivals during New Year's
  26. South Korea resumes import of Thai raw chicken after 12-year-long ban
  27. Retailers told to display price tags
  28. Monopolyland: Can Thailandís Markets Ever be Fair?
  29. Thailand to launch $2.8 bln infrastructure fund in Q1 -official
  30. E10 cancellation plan to be reconsidered due to low ethanol supply
  31. Multinationals May Calculate Taxes in Other Currencies
  32. Deputy premier outlines Thai tourism regulations to Chinese tour companies
  33. Cabinet endorses 15,000 baht tax deductible for tourism purpose
  34. Govít to double 2018 provincial group development budget
  35. Foreign investors urge modification of 2008 act on foreign workers
  36. Car export is expected to reach 1.25 million this year
  37. Loansharks told to register or face criminal charges
  38. Meet the Sustainable Coffee Producer Giving Hope to Thailandís Hill Tribes
  39. Whisky tycoon Charoen ranks the 95th on Forbes list of the worldís 500 richest people
  40. Limited mobile phone numbers put on auction, starting at staggering price of 6 millio
  41. Chiang Mai to be turned into Startup District
  42. Thai Feed Mill Association to buy corn for at least 8 baht per kg to stabilize price
  43. BOT: Yuan depreciation affects baht slightly
  44. GHB unveils housing credit program encouraging care for elderly parents
  45. Justice official: Farmers selling rice online 'not wrong'
  46. Hom Mali rice price plunges to the lowest in ten years
  47. Rice committee to meet next week to discuss rice price slump
  48. Thailand ticks up in World Bank report
  49. Asia's Strongest Currency Adds to Challenges Facing Thailand
  50. Rice farmers urged to sell directly to consumers
  51. Thai stocks go green for second day this morning
  52. 47 Years old, how to invest in Asian markets?
  53. Household debts jump to the highest level in nine years
  54. Farmers urge Govt. to reconsider 0% import duties on animal feed crops
  55. Campaign to educate public on digital data protection amid growing cybercrimes
  56. Energy Min affirms reliance on fuel for power production to go down
  57. Survey: Majority of Thais have tried online shopping
  58. Thailand clinches 100,000 tons G2G rice deal with Philippines
  59. BoT plays down baht volatility
  60. Tyremakers bash Thai rubber
  61. Chiang Rai signs MoU with Shan State chambers of commerce
  62. Importers told to remove luxury cars from tax-free zones in 90 days
  63. Tax evaders to encounter five-year retroactive auditing: PM
  64. Online credit rating checks now available at Thailand Post branches
  65. Business sector advised to not take risks with foreign exchanges
  66. Government Savings Bank loses THB 12 million from ATM thefts
  67. Gov may not be able to sell off rice stockpile by 2017
  68. Fuel prices up on Tuesday
  69. New US law may vex exporters Ban on goods made via forced labour
  70. Sra Kaeo's special economic zone expected to be operable in 2018
  71. Government Housing Bank looking to adopt German housing finance system for Thailand
  72. Energy Ministry expedites auction opening for petroleum concessions at soon-to-expire
  73. Thailand tops the list in new car sales in Australia
  74. Thai rice exports world no.1 again
  75. Chiang Mai to host Thailand-Myanmar trade fair
  76. Commerce Min says high potential for pineapples in US
  77. Govt. rolls out new lending program for SMEs
  78. Six to be ordered to compensate state
  79. Commerce Ministry to hold Organic and Natural Expo 2016 next week
  80. Transport Company to undergo major overhaul to compete with low-cost airlines
  81. Labor Min to survey available jobs amid rising demand for workers
  82. Sale of religious supplies in Asanha Bucha and Buddhist Lent festival dips
  83. OTOP customers can get tax deductions in August
  84. Private sector calls for cancellation of slaughter duty levied on poultry
  85. Thailand spared GSP cutback for some farm products to the US
  86. Govt to introduce new television show on NBT
  87. Thai government implements measures to protect fruit industry
  88. TDRI warns of serious layoffs problem in the second half of the year
  89. Customs may propose using Section 44 power to clear over 1,000 abandoned luxury cars
  90. Concern voiced about possible monopoly of Thai fruit market by Chinese traders
  91. Business owners encouraged to use e-payment to cut their expenses
  92. June consumer confidence index lowest in 25 months
  93. Govt offers tax rebates for research companies
  94. GHB now ready to extend 30- billion baht low rate loan for civil servants to buy home
  95. Govt eyes auctioning off over 2 million tons of rice for export
  96. Huawei Technologies opens regional headquarters in Bangkok
  97. Stocks and US Dollar Dive in Tokyo Trading
  98. New cheaper, faster electronic money transfer service available as of October 31
  99. Analysts: 2016 Thai economic growth will be lower than 3%
  100. Infrastructure revamp planned supporting Super Cluster developments
  101. Pump prices to go down for benzene and gasohol, except diesel
  102. Cabinet passes draft land and building tax law
  103. Thailand's 50 richest 2016: Growth Pangs Spur Tycoons To Go On A Buying Binge
  104. Cabinet agrees to lend to PEA for investment
  105. Thailand's April export growth lowest in 6 years
  106. 69 % of Thailandís PC Installed Software is Unlicensed
  107. Rice sold on government auctions cannot be delivered because of different qualities
  108. Nokia returns to mobile phones with brand-licensing deal
  109. Thailand, India to step up bid for FTA
  110. From car parts to condos, faltering Thailand lures Chinese money
  111. Nok Air records $10.8 million loss in 1Q
  112. THAI reports 6bn baht profit for 1st quarter
  113. Chevron Thailand to cut 800 jobs
  114. Russia opts for Thailand over Vietnam for its aircraft maintenance centre in SEA
  115. Price increase of iron rods is affecting construction industry
  116. Things are same-same-but-different in Baan Dong Bang
  117. Thailandís drought weakens agricultural outlook
  118. Thailand enters list of top 25 countries for investment
  119. Duty-free billionaire and King Power founder said to buy stake in Thai AirAsia
  120. Aging Thailand takes toll on indebted households
  121. What's Going On In Thailand?
  122. Philips to Shut Down Fluorescent Bulb Factory in Thailand in 3Q16
  123. How Asia lost an economic role model
  124. EBay Thailand applauds new US law on shipments
  125. Auctions for 11.4 million tonnes of leftover rice to begin next week
  126. Two Thai banks cut more rates to help small businesses, retail customers.
  127. World Bank cuts Thailand growth forecast to 2.5% for 2016
  128. Price of condo units edge up 4.9 percent for first quarter
  129. Banks to waive ATM withdrawal fees during Songkran festival
  130. Weak Economy and Higher Tax Drag Motor Show Sales Down
  131. Fuel prices down Saturday
  132. Loan extension for low income earners to buy houses starts today
  133. Thai workers skills not up to standard - Japanese investors
  134. Oil prices down 20-40 satang tomorrow
  135. New rice auction to be announced tomorrow
  136. Foreign investment into Thailand plummets 90% in 2015
  137. Thai Jan exports fall at fastest pace in years, outlook weak
  138. First lot of village fund injected to boost local economy
  139. Tokyo stocks dive almost 5% on strong yen, weak global stocks
  140. Meat prices stable, fruit prices spike amid Chinese New Year celebrations
  141. Gold price up 300 baht today
  142. LPG price decreases by THB2/kilo
  143. Thailand Registeres its 13th Straight Month of Negative Inflation
  144. Prices of three consumer products to drop due to lower fuel prices
  145. Thai Dec exports shrink at fastest pace in years, outlook weak
  146. 20% corporate income tax made permanent
  147. Energy Policy Board fixes NGV price at 13.50 baht/kg
  148. Fights, complaints in Thailand over scramble for lottery tickets
  149. Thailand plans to raise trade with Iran to $5b
  150. TPP enables M'sia automotive to edge Thailand, Indonesia
  151. Dow dives 400 points as China, oil fears grip markets
  152. Casino Group to divest stake in Big C
  153. Foreign investment plummeted in 2015, data show
  154. Thailand approved investment applications worth $22 bln in 2015
  155. Foreigners most bearish in Thai share market confidence survey
  156. Thai government attempts to shore up rubber prices
  157. Thai Consumer Prices End 2015 in Negative Zone
  158. Oil prices to go down tomorrow
  159. Car bookings on December 5 increase 30 percent to over 4,000 units
  160. Thailandís Consumer Prices Fall for 11th Straight Month
  161. 500 TukTuks to make announcements that will "send waves through the Thai ecosystem"
  162. Over 5,000 new businesses registered in Oct
  163. More than 5 million tons of rice in Govt's stock sold by Commerce Ministry
  164. GLO may slash quota for lottery retailers to just five books of 100 tickets each
  165. AIS and True Move win 1800 megahertz licenses
  166. Thailand see little prospect of economic pickup
  167. Rice deal with I'nesia ensures export goal
  168. Energy policy committee freezes LPG price
  169. Cabinet approves 12 billion Baht to assist rubber farming industry
  170. SMEsí confidence index for third quarter the lowest in three years
  171. Bus fares cut to compete budget airlines
  172. Interior Min cuts real estate transaction fee to 0.01%
  173. Business operators warned of more stringent tax collection next year
  174. Rubber planters threaten to rally to demand help from government
  175. Thailand wants Chinese loan for railway project to be charged with lower than 2% rate
  176. Chinese investments surpass Japanese investments in Thailand
  177. Commerce Min: 23 operators agree to cut product prices
  178. GHB to start giving out housing loans to low and middle-income earners
  179. Rubber cooperatives in Ubon Ratchathani are exporting 20,000 tons of block rubber to
  180. NBTC dares TOT Company to seek courtís redress over spectrum auction
  181. Higher local tax on oil and gas approved
  182. Thailandís Central Bank Cuts 2015 Growth Forecast for Third Time this Year
  183. Somkid stresses need for change to remain competitive in the world market
  184. Executive decrees to fast-track restructuring of air safety supervisory bodies
  185. NBTC to move forward 4G auction
  186. Commerce Ministry: manufacturers to consider lowering commodity prices next week
  187. Second terminal at Don Meuang expected to open in November
  188. Thailand opens coordination center to boost transport of goods through Singkhon Pass
  189. Commerce Ministry launches a ď3 Big BoomĒ campaign to cut the cost of living
  190. Thai produce to be upgraded to global standards
  191. Baht likely to fall to 36.75 baht per US dollar at year-end
  192. Gov approves assistance measures for SMEís
  193. Cooking gas price lowered while NGV price goes up
  194. One million more Chinese tourists are expected to visit Pattaya each year after launc
  195. Online Advertising Shines in Sputtering Economy
  196. Average household debt this year the highest in ten years
  197. Dr Somkid insists Thailand is not in the middle of economic crisis
  198. Thai exports for seven months contract 4.66 percent
  199. Somkid to speed up stimulus measures
  200. 271 foreign firms get the nod in first 8 months
  201. NBTC may revoke 13 million unregistered and inactive SIM cards
  202. New 1,000 baht notes to be available for exchange on August 21
  203. THAI suffers 12.7 billion baht loss for the second quarter
  204. Emerging markets: Redrawing the world map
  205. Foreign Investors Dumping Thai Stocks, Amid Falling Exports and Weakening Baht
  206. LPG price cut by one baht per kilogramme
  207. Thailand banking- Nonperforming loans up as profits slump
  208. Gold Prices Fall to Five-Year Low in Asia Trading
  209. Bank of Thailand says No Target for Weakening Baht
  210. Southern Thailand hit by weak rubber prices
  211. Deputy PM Sayís Weaker Baht will help the Thailandís Exports
  212. Asian Development Bank Cuts Growth Forecast for Region
  213. Foreign reserves drop to 5.4 trillion baht
  214. Growth Risks Rising
  215. Exports Continue to Slump by 5% in May, Imports Down 20%
  216. Domestic Car Sales Plunge 23 Months in a Row
  217. Central Bank Adjusts Growth Rate Down to 3 Percent From 3.8 Percent
  218. Thais Still Spend More via Credit Cards
  219. NGV Bus Deal Signing Put Off After Petition to Prayut
  220. 7% VAT to Be Extended Another Year
  221. DSI to Propose New Law to Protect Debtors from Overcharging Creditors
  222. Kasikorn Bank Weakens Baht Forecast to 34.25 by Year-End
  223. Thailand Holds Benchmark Interest Rate After Two Unexpected Cuts
  224. Baht Bill Blues: Indebted Thais Could Worsen Growth Slump
  225. Instant Noodle Sales Drop for the First Time in 42 Years
  226. Buying a UK Property from Thailand
  227. BTS Slams New Gov't Funding Policy, May Lead to Fare Hikes
  228. New Minimum Wage Varied by Economy & Region May Replace 300 Baht Wage Next Year
  229. Six Newcomers on Thailand Rich List
  230. Thailand Has a Chance of Facing 'Technical Deflation'
  231. Inheritance Tax Scares Away the Rich to Invest in Offshore Trusts
  232. Euro to Baht exchange rate (near future).
  233. Moody's: Thai Govt Financial Position Very Strong
  234. Domestic Auto Sale Declines Further in April
  235. 'Democracy is Best for Our Economy'
  236. High Household Debt Takes the Fizz Out of Beer Market
  237. Baht to Remain Volatile for Now, BOT Warns
  238. Japan to Pledge 100-Billion-Dollar Aid for Asia Infrastructure
  239. Thailandís GDP Growth Slowed Last Quarter on Exports Decline
  240. Economic Stimulus Proposal to Be Submitted to Prayut on May 29
  241. Baht Has Biggest Weekly Loss
  242. Bank of Thailand Unexpectedly Cuts Key Interest Rate Again
  243. Your tips please.
  244. Customs department to tighten up tax evasion and tax collection
  245. Household Debt Meltdown Looms Over Thailand
  246. Thailandís Economic Outlook Worst in 40 Years
  247. Chinese Foreign Trade Volume Dips 6 Percent in First Quarter
  248. Teflon Thailand Starts to Flake
  249. Oil prices cut by .50-1.50 baht/litre tomorrow
  250. Bank of Thailand Unexpectedly Cuts Key Interest Rate to 1.75%