A candidate for Thailand's prime minister will need at least 99 votes from the National Legislative Council to win but he need not show his vision or be present in the chamber during the vote in which members are to verbally name their choice in a roll-call, according to Jate Siratharanont.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index rose 7.92 points, or 0.51%, to close at 1,550.77 points today.
The Commerce Ministry marked its 94th anniversary Wednesday with civil servants taking a public “zero corruption” pledge.
Profits of MAI-listed companies fell by 21.21% in the second quarter of this year although sales grew by 5.63% year-on-year.
SYDNEY - Crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin should not be considered as money or a foreign currency when it comes to taxation, Australia's tax authority ruled Wednesday.
Bangkok office rents reached a new high in the first half of 2014 despite a slowdown in demand, according to JLL, a professional services firm specialising in real estate.
The industrial confidence index continued to rise for the third consecutive month in July, to 89.7 from 88.4 in the previous month, according to the Federation of Thai Industries.
Vietnam and Myanmar are testing three patients for the deadly Ebola virus after they arrived in the Southeast Asian nations from Africa suffering fever, health officials said.
HANOI – Vietnamese customs agents seized more than a tonne of elephant tusks concealed inside a container from Nigeria, authorities said Wednesday.
The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), the country's sole buyer of electricity from very small power producers, expects to see solar farms licensed for 500 megawatts to start operation by next year.
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