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  • Students in Casual Attire at Triam Udom Suksa School
    Students at many schools were invited to wear casual attire on the first day of the new school term today in order to express demand for dressing freedom.

    BANGKOK, Dec 1 (TNA) – Students at many schools were invited to wear casual attire on the first day of the new school term today in order to express demand for dressing freedom. Triam Udom Suksa is among 23 schools that student demonstrators from Bad Students and KKC groups targeted for the campaign. Many Triam Udom Suksa students showed up in casual clothes while most students there donned school...

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    1 December 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=593159
  • PM Not Worried on His Residence Case
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he was not worried about a court case of his occupation of a house meant for military officials, saying people should not be concerned prematurely.

    BANGKOK, Nov 30 (TNA) — Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he was not worried about a court case of his occupation of a house meant for military officials, saying people should not be concerned prematurely. Gen Prayut who is also the defence minister said that people should not jump to any conclusion on the case on which the Constitutional Court would rule on Dec 2. He said he was not worried...

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    30 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=592673
  • Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce sees Economic Recovery
    The Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce predicts the Thai economy will expand by 2.5-3.5% early next year following suit the Chinese economic growth.

    BANGKOK, Nov 30 (TNA) — The Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce predicts the Thai economy will expand by 2.5-3.5% early next year following suit the Chinese economic growth. Narongsak Putthapornmongkol, president of the Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, said the chamber of commerce conducted an opinion survey on directors of about 60 Thai-Chinese business associations and found that 61.5%

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    30 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=592620
  • 21 New Coronavirus Cases Reported
    Thailand reported 21 new cases of Covid-19, arriving from other countries, including two Thai women, sneaking across the border from Myanmar.

    BANGKOK, Nov 30 (TNA) – Thailand reported 21 new cases of Covid-19, arriving from other countries, including two Thai women, sneaking across the border from Myanmar. The Facebook page of the Covid-19 information center reported 21 new cases on Monday, bringing the total cases to 3,998. They comprised 17 Thais and four foreigners, arriving from India, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Japan...

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    30 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=592593
  • PM Acknowledges S&P’s Credit Rating for Thailand
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has acknowledged Standard & Poor’s stable credit rating for Thailand and is confident the Thai economy will recover well next year.

    BANGKOK, Nov 30 (TNA) — Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has acknowledged Standard & Poor’s stable credit rating for Thailand and is confident the Thai economy will recover well next year. Government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said Gen Prayut acknowledged S&P Global Ratings (S&P) gave BBB+ sovereign credit rating and maintained its Stable Outlook for Thailand because Thailand’s external...

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    30 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=592436
  • Two Covid-19 Cases Confirmed in Chiang Rai
    Chiang Rai governor has confirmed two new coronavirus cases in the province. The two women sneaked across the border from Myanmar’s Tachilek to Chiang Rai province.

    BANGKOK, Nov 30 (TNA) – Chiang Rai governor has confirmed two new coronavirus cases in the province. The two women sneaked across the border from Myanmar’s Tachilek to Chiang Rai province. Chiang Rai governor, Prachon Pratsakul said the two Thai women worked at the same entertainment venue in Tachilek and sneaked across the border on Nov26-27. The duo are being treated at Chiang Rai Prachanukroh...

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    30 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=592415
  • Foreign Ministry Defends Rally Responses
    The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs insisted that government responses to protesters complied with laws and international standards.

    BANGKOK, Nov 27 (TNA) — The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs insisted that government responses to protesters complied with laws and international standards. Thanee Saengrat, the spokesman who is also the director-general of the Department of Information, made the statement in response to a joint announcement from 13 international civil society organizations that demanded the...

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    27 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=591528
  • Iranian Prisoners Transferred to Home Country
    Thailand transferred three Iranians, involved in a 2012 bomb plot to Tehran for humanitarian reasons, said Thanee Saengrat, spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    BANGKOK, Nov 27 (TNA) – Thailand transferred three Iranians, involved in a 2012 bomb plot to Tehran for humanitarian reasons, said Thanee Saengrat, spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It was not involved a prisoner swap, he said. The transfer of Iranians came after Kylie Moore-Gilbert, an Australian academic, imprisoned for more than two years on espionage was released from Iran’s Evin...

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    27 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=591444
  • PM Launches Electric Ferry Service
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha launched an electric ferry service in Phadung Krung Kasem canal and was thankful for the implementation of his government’s policy.

    BANGKOK, Nov 27 (TNA) — Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha launched an electric ferry service in Phadung Krung Kasem canal and was thankful for the implementation of his government’s policy. After traveling on an electric ferry from Hua Lamphong to Thewarat market, Gen Prayut said he was grateful that relevant organizations realized the electric ferry service in response to the government’s policy...

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    27 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=591384
  • Red Warning Flags Raised at Songkhla’s Beaches
    Local authorities have raised red warnign flags along Laem Simila beach and Chalathat beach to ban swimming due to strong wind and high waves.

    SONGKHLA, Nov 27 (TNA) – Local authorities have raised red warnign flags along Laem Simila beach and Chalathat beach to ban swimming due to strong wind and high waves. Incessant rain and rough sea along the coast prompted the authorities to ban swimming. Tourists are allowed to take a stroll along the beaches. The regional Meteorological Department issued a warning about heavy rain...

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    27 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=591359