Significant Increase in Thai-Russian Bilateral Trade

Trade between Thailand and Russia rose to five billion US dollars in 2012, tripling the amount recorded three years ago. Both countries agreed to increase bilateral trade to 10 billion dollars in 2016.

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Explanation to the House of Representatives on the Government’s Planned Two-Trillion-Baht Loan

The Government has opted to issue a bill on its planned two-trillion-baht loan for infrastructure mega-projects, instead of seeking funds to finance them through the annual national budget process, because it wants the projects to continue without disruption caused by political changes.

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Thailand Welcomes Investments by Papua New Guinea

Thailand welcomes investments planned by Papua New Guinea in Thailand, which is becoming the logistics hub of the ASEAN Community.

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Government Emphasizes Its Efforts to Tackle Problems in the Deep South

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has stressed the Government’s efforts to tackle problems in the southern border provinces.

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Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival

Lying about 600 kilometers north of Bangkok, Lampang is an old province that is well worth a visit. It is the only province in Thailand where horse-drawn carriages are still used as a means of public transport.

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Private Sector to Reduce Electricity Use during the Gas-Suspension Period

The Ministry of Energy has asked for cooperation from the private sector to reduce electricity use from 5 to 14 April 2013, when Myanmar temporarily suspends its natural gas supply to Thailand for maintenance work.

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Thailand Begins to Create Network of ASEAN Studies

The Center for ASEAN Studies, Thammasat University, is taking steps to establish the Network of ASEAN Studies at national, regional, and international levels.

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Flood Risk Mitigation Plan for the Ayutthaya World Heritage Site

A major project is being carried out to develop a flood risk mitigation plan for the Ayutthaya World Heritage Site in Ayutthaya province, which was badly affected by the prolonged and widespread flooding in Thailand in 2011.

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People Urged to Help Monitor the 2.2-Trillion-Baht Infrastructure Mega-Projects

People have been urged to help monitor the Government’s 2.2-trillion-baht transportation and logistics mega-projects to ensure that they would be carried out with transparency.

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Thailand and New Zealand Agree to Set a New Target of Doubling Trade by 2020

Thailand and New Zealand have agreed to set a new target of doubling trade by 2020 to further advance their trading relationship.



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