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Railway on track for completion this year
News, Post Reporters, Published on 03/02/2023
» Construction of the 145-kilometre Lop Buri-Pak Nam Pho double-track railway, which includes the country's longest elevated stretch at 19km, will be completed on schedule by the end of this year, the Department of Rail Transport (DRT) said on Thursday.
China's 'comeback' needs more than a policy reversal
Oped, Published on 27/01/2023
» When President Joe Biden took office in 2021, his first message to the rest of the world was: "America is back". Having assumed his third term as general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in October, President Xi Jinping appears to be issuing a similar proclamation.
High-speed train still on track
News, Published on 05/01/2023
» Lessons learnt from the first phase of the Thai-Chinese high-speed train project are believed to help ensure a smooth and faster operation of the next phase of the project, according to the Department of Rail Transport.
Hear the 4 roar
Life, Jedd Sreshthaputra, Published on 11/07/2022
» BMW Thailand recently held the ultimate driving experience for customers and media reps at the Chang International Circuit in Buri Ram, highlighting four models -- the BMW X4 M Competition; BMW M4 Competition Coupé; BMW M340i xDrive; and BMW M760Li xDrive -- at the "BMW Driving Challenge 2022" event.
Sourcing data on climate change
Oped, Published on 09/12/2021
» It's starting to feel as though scientists and governments announce new policies and predictions for our warming planet every week. But where do the data undergirding the alarming headlines and dire futurecasts come from? A great deal of what we understand about climate change comes from above. Satellites are one of our best tools for detailing how our actions are impacting the planet.
Heritage along the tracks
Life, Pattarawadee Saengmanee, Published on 29/04/2021
» Thanks to extensions of the rapid transit system, getting around Bangkok has become easier and more convenient than ever before.
Bangkok rail hub nears completion
News, Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 08/06/2020
» After several decades of dormancy, Thailand's rail transport sector is entering a renaissance.
Monorail ushers in hope
News, Published on 07/06/2020
» If anyone has visited Charoen Nakhon area in Thon Buri area recently, they might be surprised by the bumper-to-bumper traffic -- a situation rarely seen elsewhere during the Covid-19 pandemic. The congestion has been caused by the construction of the country's first monorail known as the Gold Line.
New legal bid to stop Hopewell payout
News, Thodsapol Hongtong, Published on 28/10/2019
» The Transport Ministry is confident the evidence it submitted which highlighted 20 irregularities in a railway project that was scrapped two decades ago will spare it from having to pay the hefty compensation to Hopewell as ordered by the Supreme Court.
Most EPS forecasts revised downward
Business, Published on 14/09/2019
» We have cut our earnings per share (EPS) forecasts for 2019 and 2020 after the Stock Exchange of Thailand reported second-quarter EPS of 20.53 baht, well below our expectations of 23.30 baht, as well as a string of earnings downgrades for stocks under (and outside) Tisco's coverage.
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