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Thailand’s hydrogen hype: Fuelling a cleaner future

Thailand is gearing up to construct a hydrogen economy, motivated by both state and business initiatives to advance hydrogen fuel ventures and foster cleaner energy usage. The nation’s potential for a low carbon-driven economy is gaining traction following a joint announcement by PTT Global Chemical (PTTGC), the largest petrochemical producer in Thailand, and Bangkok Industrial …

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Thonburi Healthcare to invest 1.5 billion baht in cancer centres

Thonburi Healthcare Group Plc (THG) will invest 1-1.5 billion baht to establish three cancer centres in Thailand, aligning with the trend of specialised hospitals and expanding its operations in Myanmar and Vietnam. According to the Chief Executive, Dr. Tanatip Suppradit, the company aims to meet the increasing demand for hospital beds in Myanmar and enhance …

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Loan and behold: NPLs spike as economy recovery stumbles

The Bank of Thailand reported a rise in non-performing loans (NPLs) within the banking industry for the first quarter, attributing the increase to all types of loan products amidst an uneven economic recovery. NPLs in the banking sector reached 502 billion baht, equivalent to 2.74% of total outstanding loans in the first quarter, an increase from …

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Cassava crunch: Thai exports take a dip with 16.4% drop in Q1

Thai exports of cassava and cassava products fell by 16.4% year-on-year in the first quarter, largely due to a reduction in cassava chip output. The Director-General of the Trade Policy and Strategy Office, Poonpong Naiyanapakorn, reported that the export value of cassava and cassava products reached 33.2 billion baht for the first three months of …

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Bleak reefs: Coral bleaching hits Mooh Koh Surin & Phi Phi Island

The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DMCR) revealed seven coral bleaching sites have been identified in Moo Koh Surin National Park in Phang Nga, with up to 70% of coral fields around Krabi’s Phi Phi Island also affected. An investigation into the bleaching situation, conducted over two days, revealed that seven coral reef …

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NBTC rings changes: Task force to dial down online banking scams

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has established a working group to enforce a new policy aimed at preventing online scams targeting mobile banking users. This policy mandates that the name used to register a mobile phone SIM card must match the name of the bank account holder connected to the internet via that …

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Foreign man causes chaos at Pattaya insurance office

Pattaya authorities yesterday were called into action when another badly behaved foreign man caused a disturbance at a local business. Around noon, May 21, concerned residents contacted Pattaya City’s 1337 hotline to report the erratic behaviour of a foreign man in front of an insurance office on Chaiyapruek 1 Road. Upon arrival, municipal officers, peacekeepers, …

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Passengers recount chaos on ill-fated Singapore Airlines flight (video)

Passengers aboard the ill-fated Singapore Airlines flight recounted harrowing scenes during an emergency landing in Bangkok yesterday, after a 73 year old British man, Geoff Kitchen, succumbed to a suspected heart attack triggered by severe turbulence that wreaked havoc in the cabin. The turbulence, which struck as a meal service was underway, left more than …

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Koh Samui’s new cruise terminal project anchors big investors

Deputy Transport Minister Manaporn Charoensri announced that Koh Samui’s ambitious new cruise terminal project has drawn substantial interest from investors both locally and internationally. The Ministry of Transport plans to review the outcomes of a feasibility study into the project’s Public-Private Partnership (PPP) investment model before submitting it to the cabinet for approval. Manaporn provided …

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Securing Thai property loans: hurdles for foreign investors

Navigating the maze of procuring a loan in Thailand can be a challenge, especially for foreign investors. With a tightening regulatory environment since 2015, it’s become even more crucial to understand the landscape. If you’ve ever wondered about the ins and outs of securing a loan in this Southeast Asian hub, you’re in the right …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Emergency landing at Suvarnabhumi: Turbulence on flight kills 1
A Singapore Airlines flight that made an emergency landing at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Tuesday had fallen into an air pocket before it encountered turbulence, with one man killed and seven people critically injured on board, a senior airport official said.
Embattled Pichit resigns as PM's office minister
Prime Minister’s Office Minister Pichit Chuenban resigned on Tuesday in the face of mounting pressure from a group of senators seeking a Constitutional Court ruling on his suitability to serve as a cabinet minister.
Late activist’s peers protest at Government House
Activists rallied at Government House on Tuesday to demand a quick and straightforward investigation into the death of their colleague Netiporn Sanesangkhom during detention last week.
Police invited to battle in the boxing ring
Police nationwide are being invited to test their fighting skill at Cops Combat, a "no rank" event at Rajadamnern boxing stadium in Bangkok next week.
Luxury yacht levelled by fire in Phuket
PHUKET: Marine officials are investigating the cause of a fire that extensively damaged a luxury yacht moored in Chalong Bay on Monday afternoon.
Startups seek to gain from digital wallet
Startup communities have called on the Finance Ministry to let them take part in the government's digital wallet scheme.
Measures lined up to revive stock market
Three capital market organisations will meet on Tuesday to reach a final conclusion on the tax-deductible funds they want to propose to the Finance Ministry, hoping to revive investments in good fundamental stocks in the Thai stock market.
Hotels calling for better tax treatment
Hoteliers are urging a revision of the property tax calculation based on the land appraisal price and business income to ease the uneven recovery in the hospitality industry.
Gold hits all-time high amid geopolitical strife
Gold prices soared to an all-time high of US$2,450 an ounce on Monday, as a slowing inflation trend in the US increased optimism that the Federal Reserve will start easing monetary policy this year, while geopolitical tension in the Middle East is on the increase.
Pride event to span over five days
The government, along with the private and civil sector, will host a five-day Pride event in Bangkok to show Thailand's readiness to be Asia's "rainbow" capital.
 
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Courier arrested, meth seized after car chase
CHIANG MAI - A fleeing drug courier was arrested and about 4 million methamphetamine pills seized following a car chase in Mae Ai district on Tuesday night.
Crafting melodies - one guitar at a time
Luthier Treenate Phimjan talks about the art of guitar building and why hand-crafted ones are far superior to those of popular brands. Currently, she is working on more than 40 orders, which might take about three years to complete.
To Lam elected president of Vietnam
HANOI - Vietnam's National Assembly on Wednesday elected public security minister To Lam as the country's new president.
Flight crews urge buckling up after fatal turbulence
CHICAGO - Buckle up. That is the message from flight attendants and pilots following the severe turbulence encountered by a Singapore Airlines flight on Tuesday that resulted in the death of one passenger and injured dozens of others.
Various factors hurt Tasco's Q1 earnings
The delay in state budget spending and low asphalt prices in the global market reduced first-quarter earnings and profit of SET-listed Tipco Asphalt Plc (Tasco), but the company remains upbeat about a return to normal growth levels this year.
UBE reaps benefits from new strategy
Ubon Bio Ethanol Plc (UBE), an integrated tapioca player with core products of ethanol, tapioca starch and cassava flour, and other agricultural products, revealed its success in implementing its "UBEYOND" strategy.
Cassava exports in Q1 suffer 16.4% decline
Thai exports of cassava and cassava products decreased by 16.4% year-on-year in the first quarter, as cassava chip output declined.
Koh Samui terminal plan sparks interest
Foreign and domestic investors have expressed interest in Koh Samui's new cruise terminal project, according to Deputy Transport Minister Manaporn Charoensri.
Thailand, Malaysia in same group for Asean tournament
Defending champions Thailand have been drawn to face arch-rivals Malaysia and Singapore in the opening round of the 2024 AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup.
THG set to spend B1-1.5bn on three cancer centres
Thonburi Healthcare Group Plc (THG) plans to spend 1-1.5 billion baht building three cancer centres in Thailand, continuing the trend of specialist hospitals, while growing its hospital and healthcare businesses in Myanmar and Vietnam.
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