Thai AirAsia has defended its policy on Monday after a video clip showing a flight attendant asking two passengers to get off the plane went viral.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index dropped 2.04 points, or 0.13%, to close at 1,526.67 points today.
PTT and Bangchak have announced a 50-satang reduction in pump prices for petrol and gasohol but maintain the prices for E85, E20 and diesel, effective Tuesday.
The LPG price for motorists has been raised by 0.63 baht a kilogramme on Monday, finally bringing it on par with the price paid by households.
The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) began making one-off cost-subsidy payments to small-holding rice farmers on Monday, with a total 176 million baht to be handed out to 14,000 households in eight provinces.
The Revenue Department has tried to lure 90,000 e-commerce operators into the tax system, citing the sustainability of their businesses and the heavy penalty as reasons.
As the administration of Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono takes its leave today with the inauguration of Joko Widodo, one of the brightest stars of the outgoing cabinet will also be leaving the international stage.
The wintry morning mist recedes to reveal ancient golden temples resplendent even in a light drizzle. Hundreds of monks in saffron robes glide in a single line toward pilgrims waiting on their knees with pots of sticky rice ready to be offered.
The number of Malaysian tourists visiting Thailand is down sharply this year, in line with the overall international decline in response to the political unrest and subsequent coup in the first half of this year.
Krabi, a peaceful paradise in southern Thailand, has become an alluring destination for international tourists in recent years due to its distinctive charms and plentiful natural attractions.
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