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GENERAL

Developing a strategy resilient to risk

Business, Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 15/06/2024

» The original description of an economic cycle estimated it lasted for roughly a decade and included one crisis per cycle. Given recent severe global volatility, this definition no longer holds true.

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OPINION

Cultural resistance

Oped, Postbag, Published on 13/06/2024

» Re: "Know your history", (Editorial, June 8).

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OPINION

Late King's stance

Oped, Postbag, Published on 12/06/2024

» Re: "Pita says court powerless to dissolve MFP", (BP, June 10) & "Move Forward case reveals autocracy", (Opinion, June 7).

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GENERAL

Finance Ministry wants rate cut at central bank meeting

Reuters, Published on 11/06/2024

» The government wants to see an interest rate cut at Wednesday's central bank policy review to help the economy as the current level is "too high", a deputy finance minister said on Tuesday.

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GENERAL

KKP wary on baht outlook despite uptick

Business, Published on 07/06/2024

» The baht has posted a short-term gain, rising to a two-week high of stronger than 36.5 to the dollar on Thursday, but Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group (KKP) warns the Thai currency could depreciate because of Thailand's structural problems.

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ADVANCED NEWS

New overseas income rules

Gary Boyle, Published on 05/06/2024

» The Revenue Department is preparing to amend a law to collect taxes from individuals who have income from abroad, even if that income is not brought into the country.

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TECH

Microsoft gets more invasive

Life, James Hein, Published on 05/06/2024

» Microsoft Windows has added a new feature that will record everything you have ever done on your computer. It does this through a new AI feature called Recall for Copilot+ that allows Windows 11 to take screen snapshots every few seconds. Allegedly these are encrypted and saved to your hard drive (filling it up?). No, this is not a new episode of Black Mirror, but a disturbing change in Microsoft's attempt to track everything you do and fill up your hard drives. It may do this for your Zoom calls and meetings (it will record other people on the other end of a call without their permission). This may also include capturing the data you enter into secure forms, including passwords.

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GENERAL

OneWeb preps broadband internet service

Business, Komsan Tortermvasana, Published on 04/06/2024

» Broadband internet services offered by low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite company OneWeb are expected to be launched locally by the fourth quarter this year.

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OPINION

Govt must do more for heritage

Editorial, Published on 02/06/2024

» The Fine Arts department's decision to register an old wooden house -- a Kudeejeen community landmark -- in Thon Buri district as a historical site is welcome news for many. But this is just the beginning, and like other heritage sites, conservation is still a long way away.

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OPINION

Clutching at straws

Oped, Postbag, Published on 01/06/2024

» Re: "Thaksin to fight royal insult case: Lawyers raise doctored video concerns", (BP, May 30).