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Chabahar port exports first consignment of aquatic products to Thailand
Iran exported aquatic products to Thailand from its southeastern Chabahar port for the first time, a provincial official said on Thursday.
Thailand’s gold plan may curb baht without incurring US anger
The Bank of Thailand’s plan to sever the link between gold trading and the baht may be a way to limit the currency’s gains without incurring the wrath of the US over foreign-exchange manipulation.
Thai grandpa makes signboard to find masked grandchild among masked students
Although Thailand has eased their lockdown restrictions, students going to school are still required to wear masks.
Migrant children need education in Thailand
The COVID-19 outbreak has deprived students of their brick-and-mortar schools, including about 500,000 migrant children in Thailand, who live among the most vulnerable.
Thailand aims to turn away from mass tourism and target the wealthy
Thailand’s tourism-revival strategy is to target big spenders seeking privacy and social distancing in the COVID-19 era, rather than try to attract a large number of visitors.
Thailand crafts multi-phase plan to lure tourists back
Like every other country, Thailand’s tourism industry took a hit amid the coronavirus pandemic. As the situation tends to improve, Thailand’s Tourism Authority has revealed its plans to reboot tourism in the country. Thailand aims to welcome early visitors in July, with broader entry from September.
Thailand has cute robot dogs that offer free hand sanitizer to mall-goers
As people around the world are slowly coming out of their house and finally getting back to a somewhat ‘normal’ life, pocket checks before leaving the house are going to be very different.
Ancient cave paintings discovered in western Thailand
Archeologists announced the discovery of ancient murals estimated to be up to 3,000 years old in a cave in the west of Thailand.
Only COVID-19 vaccine can save Thailand's ailing tourism
A vaccine for the COVID-19 coronavirus is needed to help reverse a plunge in Thailand's critical tourism sector, according to the agency that promotes the industry.
Meet Thailand's secret weapon in climate change battle
Bangkok’s future hangs in the balance. Rising sea levels, unchecked development, groundwater extraction, and rapid urban population growth has left millions vulnerable to natural disasters — scientists warn the city itself may not survive the century.
Thailand begins disinfecting packages sent from abroad, despite WHO’s reassurance
There have been no reports of coronavirus being contracted from packages posted from overseas, but the plan to disinfect them is one of the latest measures taken by authorities to halt the spread of the disease.
Thai prime minister survives vote of no confidence
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and five cabinet ministers comfortably survived a vote of no confidence in parliament on Friday, a week after a court ban on 11 opposition lawmakers increased the ruling coalition’s parliamentary majority.
Thai court dissolves political party
A stridently anti-military Thai party was dissolved Friday and its key members banned from politics for a decade over a $6 million loan by its billionaire founder, a withering blow to the kingdom's pro-democracy movement.
Thailand says first-quarter GDP growth may be less than 1%
A key government official in Thailand has painted a bleak picture for the immediate outlook for the nation’s economy.
Death toll from Thailand shooting rises to 26
A soldier angry over a property deal gone sour killed at least 26 people and wounded 57 in a rampage that spanned four locations in and around the northeastern Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima before he was shot dead early Sunday.

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