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LIFE

Guru's Weekly Buzz: May 17-23

Guru, Published on 17/05/2024

» Guru By Bangkok Post's pick of the most exciting products, activities, food and travel to indulge in.

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THAILAND

Food Industry Innovation and Opportunity at THAIFEX - Anuga Asia 2024: Global Reach, Regional Expertise, Local Partnership

Published on 17/05/2024

» THAIFEX - Anuga Asia returns to Thailand this May 28th to June 1st at IMPACT Muang Thong Thani, Bangkok. The 2024 edition of Asia Pacific’s premier food and beverage (F&B) trade exhibition promises visitors a sweeping array of flavors, cutting-edge technology and indispensable solutions on display by more than 3,000 suppliers from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond, providing F&B businesses with a one-stop resource to help meet ever-growing and rapidly evolving consumer demand for foods with added benefits.

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THAILAND

US: Child labour issues in Thai shrimp industry resolved

Onnucha Hutasingh, Published on 16/05/2024

» The United States is preparing to remove shrimp from Thailand from its annual list of goods produced by child labour or forced labour, according to Kenika Ounjit, a deputy spokesperson for the government.

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THAILAND

THAIFEX – ANUGA ASIA 2024 Sets New Global Benchmarks

Published on 10/05/2024

» The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce of Thailand (TCC), The Thai Chamber of Commerce, and Koelnmesse (KM), are set to host THAIFEX – ANUGA ASIA 2024, the largest and most comprehensive food and beverage trade show in Asia, from 28th May to 1st June 2024 at IMPACT Muang Thong Thani. Under the concept of “Beyond Food Experience”, the event will transcend a mere food trade show. It will provide a platform for food and beverage businesses, retailers, supermarkets, department stores, hotels, hypermarkets, restaurants, and those seeking partnerships and business negotiations, to connect with leading Thai and international companies. Participants will stay updated on the latest product trends and consumer demands to enhance business success. Business negotiations will take place over five days, and the general public will be allowed to visit and purchase products on the final day of the event.

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LIFE

Guru's Weekly Buzz: May 3-9

Guru, Published on 03/05/2024

» Guru By Bangkok Post's pick of the most exciting products, activities, food and travel to indulge in.

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TRAVEL

A coastal gem

Life, Pattarawadee Saengmanee, Published on 25/04/2024

» Throughout my work life I have gone on many group tours, but this was my first solo trip to Koh Lan in Chon Buri. About a 90-minute drive from Bangkok, Koh Lan is the perfect destination for anyone wanting an island vacation without having to take a flight south.

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DEEPER DIVE

Reforestation seen as only viable smog solution

Dave Kendall, Published on 01/04/2024

» Northern Thailand's chronic smog problem is usually blamed on burning crop waste, villagers burning wooded areas to pick mushrooms and vehicle emissions. The solutions, we are told, involve regulations and enforcement.

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GENERAL

Thai-Korean trade talks to start soon

Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 29/03/2024

» Thailand plans to hold talks on a free trade agreement (FTA) with South Korea in the middle of this year, with negotiations expected to be concluded by the end of 2025 or early 2026.

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OPINION

An ethical fisheries law

Oped, Editorial, Published on 29/03/2024

» This week, the Lower House MPs are beginning their second reading of a new Thai fisheries law that, if passed, would replace the Royal Ordinance on Fisheries (2015) -- a heavy-handed law prescribed by the junta government in 2015.

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OPINION

Revoke the licence to kill our oceans

News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 25/03/2024

» Despite efforts to rein in rogue trawlers and overfishing in the past decade, the Thai seas are still in crisis. And if the Srettha government has its way, things will go from bad to worse.