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Governor Tarisa WatanagaseBank of Thailand Sees Fast Economy Recovery In 2010
Bank of Thailand Governor Tarisa Watanagase voiced confidence that Thailand's economy will recover in 2010, due to the forecast by the U.S. Federal Reserve that the U.S. economy will accomplish a turn-around this year.
Thailand UDD ProtestorsRed Shirts withdraw from Thailand's Government House
The Thailand anti-government protesters, aka Red-Shirts, dispersed from their protest outside Bangkok's Government House, but vowed to return within one month with more supporters to demonstrate again in Bangkok.
Thailand Tourist VisaThailand Waives Visa Fee To Revive Tourism
Thailand waives fees for tourist visa applications in an effort to revive the Thai tourism industry. The Thai Cabinet also approved a visa exemption scheme for transit passengers through Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
Thaksin Shinawatra Hong KongThailand considers extradition of ex-PM Thaksin from Hong Kong
Thai PM Abhisit Vejjajiva said he is reviewing the possibility of asking China to extradite fugitive former PM Thaksin Shinawatra to face prosecution in Thailand as Thaksin is scheduled to deliver a speech in Hong Kong next week.
UDD Protesters BangkokInvestors Worry About Thailand Political Risk
Investors world-wide are worried about the latest political rallies in Bangkok by the red-shirted UDD. Business leaders warned that ongoing protest or riot outbreaks would represent a step back for Thailand.
Wat Po Bangkok ThailandThe 9 Wonders Of Wat Po Light And Sound Show
The 9 Wonders of Wat Pho in Bangkok is a newly-launched mini-light-and-sound show to help visiting tourists understand the centuries-old cultural heritage of Thailand. The show at Wat Po consists of nine separate stage sets.
Thai Red Shirt ProtestersThai Government House Besieged
Red-shirted (UDD) protesters have surrounded Government House in Bangkok. UDD leaders promised that the protesters would not break into the Government House, but will lay siege to put pressure on the Thai government.
Thailand Factory WorkersAbout 17,000 Employees Have Been Laid Off All Over Thailand
This month 17,000 employees have lost their job in Thailand, with about 132,000 others threatened with job loss in the months to come, said the Labour Protection and Welfare Department chief Amporn Nitisiri.
Thai Riot Police BangkokThailand Army On Stand-By For Bangkok Riots
Thai army stands by to control UDD protest coming Tuesday in Bangkok. Twenty-one army companies will provide backup for police at Thailand's government offices during the coming UDD demonstration in Bangkok.
Thailand Medical TourismThailand Expects About Two Million Visitors For Medical Tourism
Two million visitors are expected to take advantage of the medical treatment services in Thailand in 2009. Thailand boasts some of the world’s best health and wellness centers with high standards of medical treatment.
Thailand Red-Shirt DemonstratorsGay Parade Called Off In Chian Mai By Red-Shirts.
The yearly Gay-Pride-Parade in Chiang Mai was called off late Saturday evening by a group of Red-Shirts from the "Rak Chiang Mai 51" protesters, who were objecting to this gay public event. Organisers of the Gay Parade called it off fearing violence.
Thai Temple Of A Million BottlesThailand Temple Built Out Of Beer Bottles
A Thai temple has been built by monks in northeast Thailand, they used over a million recycled beer bottles as construction material. Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew, known as the Temple of a Million Bottles, is in Sisaket province Thailand
Koh PhaNgan Island ThailandKoh Pha-Ngan Thailand's Party Island Goes Chic
Koh Pha-Ngan island in Thailand, once primary a party island for backpackers visiting the Full Moon Party, is now becoming the connoisseur's choice for high-end beach tourists, booking deluxe hotels and private villas.
U.S. Marines Pattaya OrphanageU.S. Marines Help Pattaya Orphanage During Cobra Gold 2009
U.S. Marines and Sailors from the Cobra Gold 2009 Exercise plant trees at Pattaya orphanage. Cobra Gold 2009 is a joint annual U.S. - Thailand military exercise to promote regional peace and stability.
Thailand ChequeNine Million Thais Will Get TBH 2,000 Gift Cheque
Some 9.4 million Thai people, mostly state officials and Social Security Office (SSO), are entitled to a TBH 2,000 hand-out cheque from the Thailand government, Deputy PM Korbsak Sabhavasu said.
Siam Sunrays Thailand CocktailThailand Creates Official Cocktail To Lure Tourists
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TOT) creates "Siam Sunrays", Thailand's new official national cocktail in an effort to lure tourists to Thailand. Signature cocktails are a way to put holiday countries onto the world tourism map.
  


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