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  • WHO calls coronavirus 'an emergency in China'
    GENEVA/BEIJING: The World Health Organisation (WHO) called a new coronavirus that has killed 18 people in China and infected around 650 globally "an emergency in China" on Thursday, but stopped short of declaring the epidemic of international concern.
    24 January 2020
  • PM2.5 clogs Bangkok marathon decision
    Air pollution in Bangkok has stymied Thailand's dream of becoming the marathon capital of Asia, with the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) determining this weekend if the Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok 2020 (ATMBKK) has to be cancelled.
    24 January 2020
  • Use law to end smog: Prawit
    Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said law enforcement is the key to controlling fine-dust pollution which has shrouded the country over the past few weeks.
    24 January 2020
  • LTV tweaks have minor effect
    The recent tweaks to ease loan-to-value (LTV) regulations are expected to yield a limited impact in increasing property sales because of elevated household debt and banks' tighter loan approvals, say economic think tanks.
    24 January 2020
  • Tax perks for investors seek cabinet approval
    Fresh tax measures meant to spur private investment of 100 billion baht are scheduled to go before the cabinet for approval next Tuesday.
    24 January 2020
  • Thailand on alert to prevent spread of virus
    Thailand has taken high-level measures to monitor and prevent the spread of a new coronavirus after China's public health authority confirmed the virus can spread from human to human, Sukhum Kanchanapimai, the Ministry of Public Health's permanent secretary said.
    24 January 2020
  • PPRP blames machines for proxy voting
    The Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) on Thursday defended the proxy voting by its MPs after a video clip showed one of its lawmakers inserting more than one card during the budget bill vote.
    23 January 2020
  • Prayut: Budget bill controversy will affect economy
    The controversy surrounding the 2020 Budget Bill will certainly affect the economy because it involves government investment totalling hundreds of billions of baht, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Thursday.
    23 January 2020
  • Gold robber says he didn't mean to kill young boy
    The school headmaster who admits robbing a gold shop in Lop Buri province and shooting seven people said he did not mean to kill the two-year-old boy or a woman employee, but police will press charges of premeditated murder.
    23 January 2020
  • Headmaster lied, stolen gold found at his father's house
    The headmaster who has allegedly admitted robbing a gold shop and killing three people in Lop Buri two weeks ago lied when he told police he had dropped the stolen necklaces in a river.
    23 January 2020