Tuesday, 5 April 2011

In The News

Cambodia recorded 529,970 international tourists during the first two months of this year, an increase of 16.5% according to Cambodian Ministry of Tourism’s Statistics and Tourism Information Department. - read more

However unsurprisingly the number of Thai visitors was down!

The government is likely to maintain its subsidy on diesel until June, holding the price at Bt30 per litre, with plans to have the Energy Fund Administration Institute (Public Organisation) help the Oil Fund to shoulder the cost. - read more

Until after the General Election then

Thailand will nominate the old capital of Ayutthaya as the site for World Expo 2020. read more

Dutch Mill has asked the Ministry of Commerce for approval to increase the price of its ready-to-drink milk, both UHT (ultra-high-temperature processed) and pasteurised products, by Bt0.50-Bt2 each. read more

That's up to 20% folks

Local franchisee Central Restaurants Group is embarking on an expansion strategy to have at least one Mister Donut restaurant in every province within five years. read more

Meanwhile the hot news in pattaya is....

Five Indians Drugged And Robbed By One Thai

Thailand Eleventh Most Corrupt Nation Globally

Students Pass Around Topless Photos Of Art Teacher

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