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THAILAND

Unveiling the Vision of Chia Tai's Commercial Leader

Published on 25/07/2024

» Agriculture is closer to us than we may think, as it is an integral part of our food sources and daily lives. Promoting food security is therefore a key focus for leading companies in the agricultural sector, including Chia Tai Company Limited, Thailand's leading innovative agricultural company. Chia Tai is a name familiar to Thai people for over a century, committed to operating an agricultural business while enhancing the quality of life on a sustainable basis. 

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Pact aims to enhance capabilities of SMEs

Business, Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 25/07/2024

» The Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand (SME D Bank) has teamed up with the National Innovation Agency (NIA) to support entrepreneurs who have developed innovations by providing them with interest-free loans for a period of up to three years.

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TRAVEL

New visa schemes launched to promote tourism

Life, Post Reporters, Published on 25/07/2024

» Travellers to Thailand for vacations or brief business trips from 93 countries, including Austria, China, South Korea, Canada and Germany, are no longer required to get a visa and can stay in the country for 60 days. Aiming to boost tourism, this exemption can be renewed at an immigration office for an extra 30 days.

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GENERAL

Thailand bets on B500bn cash handout to revive economy

Bloomberg News, Published on 24/07/2024

» The government expects the rollout of a long-delayed cash handout to most adult citizens to help reverse a slump in economic activity and tackle the highest household debt in Southeast Asia. 

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EASY NEWS

Giant Chinese passport ad removed

Gary Boyle, Published on 23/07/2024

» A controversial Chinese-language billboard advertising passport and citizenship application services was removed on Monday. 

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THAILAND

Giant passport advert sparks new checks on visitors' IDs

Post Reporters, Published on 22/07/2024

» A controversial Chinese-language billboard advertising multinational passport and citizenship application services was ordered removed on Monday and the legality of the sign and the business itself are under investigation. 

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THAILAND

Bangchak Celebrates His Majesty's 72nd Birthday with Social Initiatives

Published on 19/07/2024

» Bangchak Group recently organised the event “Fulfilling Societal Happiness” to commemorate His Majesty the King’s 6th Cycle, 72nd Birthday Anniversary on 28 July 2024. Chaiwat Kovavisarach, Group Chief Executive Officer and President of Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited, presided over the ceremony in honour of His Majesty the King. The event was attended by Bangchak executives and employees, executives from partner, social, and local organisations, neighbouring communities, and the public, and was held at the Bangchak Head Office at M Tower. 

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GENERAL

Butterbear enlisted to lure Chinese visitors

Published on 18/07/2024

» Butterbear, one of the country’s most popular mascots, will be introduced as a new presenter for Thai tourism next month, aiming to lure at least 10% of 1 million Chinese fans to follow tourism activities in Thailand.

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THAILAND

PM defends budget top-up to fund handout

Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 17/07/2024

» Increasing the 2024 fiscal budget by 122 billion baht is crucial to stimulate the economy, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Wednesday, as he proposed a supplementary budget bill to the House to help fund the digital wallet scheme.

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OPINION

Why Bua Noi needs a sanctuary

Oped, Published on 17/07/2024

» Animals at Pata Zoo in Bangkok are condemned to prison for life. Among them is Bua Noi, a gorilla whose existence has been reduced to staring blankly at a television screen from her enclosure, as seen in a viral video. This isn't the life she deserves. Gorillas need freedom, not television.