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Export recovery poised to continue, says BoT
Exports are expected to continue improving, following the return to growth in December, the first uptick in 10 months, supported by higher demand from trading partners and better global trade sentiment, said the Bank of Thailand (BoT).
Thailand's 'ghost' fishing nets help COVID fight
Underwater divers in plastic-choked waters off the coast of Thailand snip through discarded nets tangled around a reef — a new initiative helping protect marine life and aiding the fight against coronavirus.
Thailand records 3,000 foreign tourists in November as ban eases
Thailand recorded 3,065 foreign tourists in November, official data showed on Monday, in its second month of receiving long-stay visitors after a ban was imposed in April to keep coronavirus infections under control.
Thailand open for visitors from all countries
Thailand is now fully open to visitors from all countries. As per the reports, visitors will have to undergo PCR test and mandatory quarantine on arrival, and will also have to apply for a travel visa.
Thai PM wins crucial legal battle to stay in office
Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha, under pressure from months of street protests, on Wednesday survived a legal challenge over his living arrangements that could have seen him thrown out of office.
Thai pro-democracy protesters rally in Bangkok suburbs
Thai anti-government protesters demonstrated in Bangkok’s outskirts on Saturday with a duck parade and speeches demanding the removal of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a new constitution and reforms to the monarchy.
Thailand reduces income requirement for tourist visas
Thailand reversed its decision on the controversial income requirement amount just weeks after announcing the policy following online backlash, restoring hope to many eager travelers.
Thai police use water cannon to stop pro-democracy march to palace
Thai police on Sunday fired water cannon on pro-democracy protesters who were trying to march to the royal palace to deliver demands for reform to the unassailable monarchy.
Thai central bank chief signals support to help uneven recovery
Bank of Thailand’s new governor said he’s looking into new measures to boost the economy as it faces a long and uneven road to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Thai protesters defy ban on rallies for fourth day
Thousands of protesters took over a major Bangkok intersection on Sunday with posters bearing the faces of arrested activists, defying a ban on gatherings for the fourth day with chants of “down with dictatorship” and “reform the monarchy.”
Mass antigovernment rally held in Thailand
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, to rally toward the government headquarters to reiterate calls for an overhaul of the administration and the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha.
20 killed on temple trip in Thailand as bus, train collide
A bus heading to a Buddhist temple collided with a train in central Thailand on Sunday, killing at least 20 people and injuring 30, authorities said.
Tourism Authority of Thailand calls attention to flaws in tourism scheme
The domestic tourism subsidy in Thailand needs another major revamp despite generating three billion baht for the local sector, as just 17 percent of 5.05 million registrants used the benefit over two months, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
Mounting risks dent Thailand’s hopes of smooth economic recovery
The sudden resignation of Thailand’s finance minister for health reasons, less than a month into his term, creates more uncertainty for an economy already bracing for the deepest blow in Asia from the coronavirus pandemic.
Thailand seeks safe way of reopening borders to boost economy
Thailand is cautiously looking at plans to reopen its borders as it struggles to survive an extended period without international visitors, who account for about two-thirds of the country’s tourism income.

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