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Government touts success in water management efforts

With the drought season officially over, the absence of any drought declarations throughout the period is being cited as evidence of gains made in addressing flood and drought issues. Also being acknowledged are efforts to make water more available for household consumption.Continue watching ...

Inflation rises in April

Thailand’s inflation rate saw a continuous increase in April, due to the rising fuel prices driven by the armed conflict in Ukraine. The Thai government’s trade policy office now expects the average inflation rate for the entire year to fall within the expected 4-5% margin.Continue ...

Thailand 2022 Economic Forecast

Thailand’s economy has been struggling for the past two years due to the Covid-19 outbreak. However, through the cooperation of various sectors and the highvaccination uptake, Thailand is able to finally reopen borders, allowing the economy to recover.Newsline’s Sandra Hanutsaha talks with Dr. Kirida Bhaopichitr, ...

CESA approves new economic campaigns

The national reopening campaign is now in full-swing, despite the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant. And the Center for Economic Situation Administration(CESA) has approved four new campaigns promoting economic activities and investments.Keep watching ...

Thailand Australia sign water management MOU [Video]

Thailand and Australia signed a Memorandum of Understanding on academic cooperation in water management, promoting both countries’ joint efforts in water planning — in line with the United Nations “Decade of Action to Deliver the Global Goals.”Keep watching ...

August consumer confidence hits all time low [Video]

The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has reported that the surge of COVID-19 cases, along with tough measures to curb the spread, have resulted in a drop in the consumer confidence index in August to the lowest figure in 20 years.Keep watching ...

Government to closely monitor inter-provincial travels after 1 Sep resumption [Video]

The Prime Minister has urged related agencies to ensure the enforcement of stringent disease control measures against COVID-19 for travelers and transport carriers, as inter-provincial travels to and from areas most critically hit with COVID-19.Keep watching ...

Community Forestry for the Local Economy [Video]

Tan-Yong-Mu-Long, community in the southern province of Songkhla to see how ‘community forestry’ helps people there, sustain their livelihoods. Keep watching ...

Border trade clocks up 41.70% growth in July [Video]

Exports across Thai borders rose to over 90 billion baht in July, a 41.7 percent increase. Deputy Prime Minister and commerce minister, Jurin Laksanawisit, said Thailand’s border commerce and trade grew 29 percent to a value of 147 billion baht in July.Keep watching ...

Cabinet approves cuts to tuition fees to help students, parents [Video]

To assist school and university students and their parents during the time of the pandemic, the Cabinet has approved a proposal to reduce tuition fees from basic to higher education.Keep watching ...

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