Somdet Phra Maha Muniwong new Supreme Patriarch

Somdet Phra Maha Muniwong, abbot of Wat Ratchabophit, was chosen by His Majesty the King to be the new Supreme Patriarch. (Bangkok Post ...

    Sydney property boom shows signs of slowing

    Newly-constructed apartments stand in the suburb of Putney Hill in Sydney on Jan 8, 2017.‚ÄČ(Bloomberg photo) Across town, in the ...

      Software adoption championed

      “We are in the application economy where software becomes a critical enabler of digital transformation, so businesses need to ...

        Incentives mulled to tone down drinks

        Soft drinks on display at a supermarket in Bangkok. The government is considering incentives to entice drink makers to cut down on the ...

          Confidence in bourse skyrockets

          Bull and bear mascots sit in the Stock Exchange of Thailand museum on Ratchadaphisek Road. The latest reading of stock investor ...

            AIS prepares for industry disruption

            From left, AIS president Hui Weng Cheong, AIS chief executive Somchai Lertsutiwong, AIS board of directors chairman Kan Trakulhoon and ...

              Thailand Privilege Card targets B1bn in revenue

              Tourism and Sports Minister Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul (centre), TPC president Pruet Boobphakam (right) and TPC director Jitmanee ...

                Thai Lion angles for modest rise

                A Thai Lion Air Boeing 737 takes off from Chiang Mai airport. The no-frills carrier is slowing its growth plans as the competition ...

                  The high life underscores regime’s lows

                  Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha seems more and more to be providing excuses to the press of why things are not going the way he ...

                    Public interest, not their own, will save media

                    Prime Minister Prayut addresses the media. If the proposed press bill passes, there will be political interference. The spoken word is ...
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