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Thailand export grew 10%
Thailand’s expanding export sector experienced a 10% year-on-year surge in January, continuing a streak of six consecutive months of growth. This upward trajectory in exports, coupled with increasing private investment, consumption, and tourism, is forecasted to propel the economy to a 2.8% growth rate in 2024. The 10% export growth...Les mer >>>
Government targets 150 million passengers at Suvarnabhumi airport
The government intends to more than double the annual capacity of Suvarnabhumi airport in Samut Prakan to 150 million passengers, as announced by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin. Currently accommodating 60 million passengers, the main airport will also have a third runway added, enabling it to handle 90 flights per hour...
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BMA to transfer all rail projects to the transport ministry
Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has made a decision to hand over three new electric rail projects to the government in order to focus on expanding the existing Green Line. Governor Chadchart Sittipunt announced that the Grey Line (Watcharaphon-Thong Lor), Light Blue Line (Din Daeng-Sathon), and Silver Line (Bang Na-Suvarnabhumi) will...
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Dusit Thani Bangkok scheduled to reopen in September
Dusit Hotels and Resorts have announced plans to revive the renowned Dusit Thani Bangkok hotel, with a scheduled reopening in September 2024. The new hotel will be situated at the same prestigious location formerly occupied by its predecessor, a prominent fixture in Bangkok’s skyline from 1970 to 2019. Suphajee Suthumpun,...
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Get smarter with Rama 2 road
Rama II Road, intersecting with Highway 95, the primary southbound arterial route in the country, has once again made headlines. During the recent extended weekend, it faced criticism for deterring tourists heading to Hua Hin, a popular resort town. Reports on the “Paksabuy” Facebook page highlighted congestion on Rama II...Les mer >>>
Thailand targeting A-List stars
With the goal of positioning Thailand as a festival hub in Southeast Asia and attracting more international concerts, the government is strategizing to engage with top record labels and concert organizers to discuss the advantages and challenges of hosting such events in the country and identify areas for improvement. Minister...Les mer >>>
Over 147,000 people sign up for Thailand’s debt relief programme
The registration, which opened on December 1, will end on Thursday (February 29), he added, urging people who have debt problems to hurry up and register. The registration is part of the government’s efforts to tackle the issue of illegal lending at hefty interest rates. Many debtors who had failed...
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