Thailand is heading towards higher-quality workers, better-equipped special economic zones, improved status of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), more research and development activities, and higher prices for its farm goods.
Over 6,500 vehicles were seized from traffic violators, including those who engaged in drink driving during the recent long holiday break in Thailand. Some 600,000 traffic violations were detected by the police, mostly at road checkpoint during the five-day Songkran festival break on April 12 to 16. Some 45,000 law violators have been prosecuted....
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has hatched a plan to boost tourism with Pokemon Go, the world’s most popular mobile game app. The TAT is currently in negotiations with the game’s developer, Niantic, for tourists to catch rare characters in 24 pro
Donald Trump’s decision to join the US presidential race did not surprise many at first. The American businessman is known for his ambitions, driven by his success story as a real-estate magnate, as well as the popularity of the TV show “The Apprentice”.
Last week, Cambodia’s Tourism Ministry unveiled a policy to promote the use of the Chinese yuan in the tourism sector. The Khmer Daily quoted Tith Chantha, a secretary of state at the ministry, as saying: “There will be no difficulty in accepting Chinese
Until the late 20th century, media reports and advertising slots were the only channels through which public and private organisations in Thailand disseminated their messages to the masses. Then websites became widely used, but most were passive: it could
Family Business Magazine recently published a list of 100 family businesses in 17 countries that have outlasted governments, nations, cities and once-mighty corporations. All are at least 225 years old, and topping the list is Kongo Gumi. The business has
Over 100 journalists from around the globe were among 4,500 participants from 55 countries gathered in Moscow last week for the 8th International Forum Atomexpo 2016. The forum is hosted annually by Russia’s nuclear energy agency, Rosatom.