Thailand’s exports in April came in at US$16.86 billion (Bt580.15 billion), up 8.49 per cent from the same period last year, thanks to a recovering global economy, the Commerce Ministry reported on Monday.
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AS MYANMAR’S growing economy creates opportunities for communications professionals in a wide range of industries, Rice Communications, a Singaporean public relations agency with presence in the nation, has planned to conduct a free training on PR and communications.
“REFORM before election” has been the theme of the coup d’etat led by General Prayut Chan-o-cha who promised sweeping economic and political reforms. Needless to say over the past three years, the government has mishandled economic reforms, in particular tax reforms.
The National Legislative Assembly transport committee has proposed that the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) ask the relevant state agencies to revise rules to raise the retirement age of pilots to 65 years as part of the effort to solve the shortage of pilots.
THE BANK of Thailand has joined forces with 16 commercial banks and Sukhumvit Asset Management Co (SAM) to set up clinics to clear up non-collateral debt problems with several creditors amid high levels of household debt.