Saturday, 2 April 2011

in The News

The south remains on high alert with landslides adding to the misery

Flooded provinces on high alert -Residents still at risk of landslides, run-off 

 Udon Thani play Marasakham this evening

Tourists are cutting short their holidays to Samui - Read More

Beggars and unruly vendors are spoiling Halong Bay one of Vietnam’s most popular attractions that draws 2.7 million tourists a year. - Read More

 Who runs the Tourist Police - well for now the Royal Thai Police but this is being reviewed by a Senate Committee - Read More

An inaugural Air France flight landed in Cambodia on Thursday, reopening a route that closed 37 years ago as bombs pounded the capital and the Khmer Rouge prepared to seize power. - Read More

Exports hit a record in February of $18.4 billion, 29% year-on-year growth, driven by high prices for rubber, tapioca and palm oil as well as strong demand for hard disk drives. Prices of key crops rose 36% from the same period last year. This also helped stimulate vehicle sales. - Read More

The National Rice Policy Committee has agreed to allocate five billion baht to help rice farmers by buying paddy rice at the market price, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economic affairs Trairong Suwannakhiri said on Friday. - Read More

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