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  • NEWS

    Farmers in the dark over crop insurance

    Spectrum, Supara Janchitfah, Published on 29/01/2012

    » Rice farmer Nalad Kaewsikhao is luckier than many others whose crops were destroyed by last year's devastating floods. She purchased a crop insurance policy for the yield from her 38.5 rai plot of land from the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) in Kalasin's Yang Talat district. The crop insurance programme is open to farmers nationwide, but so far covers only seasonal rice crops (see sidebar).

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    Going with feng shui flow makes practical sense

    Spectrum, Published on 29/01/2012

    » December and January usually indicate a low season for property sales as Thais celebrate the traditional New Year and the Chinese New Year. Thais and Chinese have close ties culturally, and these days many Thais seem to believe in Chinese astrology and feng shui.

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    Start now to defuse inflation

    Spectrum, Andrew Wood, Published on 29/01/2012

    » The Chinese Year of the Dragon is thought to be an auspicious year and one in which a number of factors will have greater effect than usual, for better or worse. In other words, if your luck is good it will be enhanced, and if it is bad it will be horrid.

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    TAXES IN THAILAND Part VII: Deductions _ reworking the example

    Spectrum, Published on 29/01/2012

    » Last week we used an example to determine how assessable income is calculated. Now we'll use the same example to show the items that are subtracted from the assessable income to arrive at taxable income, the amount to which the progressive rates are applied. These items subtracted from assessable income fall into two categories, deductions and exemptions, which are also called allowances. This week we'll illustrate how to arrive at deductions using the same example.

  • LEARNING

    Teaching in the mother tongue

    Spectrum, Supara Janchitfah, Published on 03/10/2010

    » Waeyousoh Sama-ali started his career in education in 1964 in a remote village of Pattani, assigned to teach at the kindergarten level. The education system at that time was heavily influenced by the nationalistic policies put in place by Field Marshal Plaek Phibulsonggram in 1941, as well as the 1961 Education Act passed during the regime of Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat.

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