Thailand and Japan agreed on Saturday to develop the Dawei special economic zone in Myanmar and two train lines in Thailand including a high-speed train linking Bangkok and Chiang Mai.
LAUSANNE - Pop violinist Vanessa-Mae exploited weak International Ski Federation (FIS) rules and got help from Alpine race officials "smitten" by her celebrity to qualify for the Sochi Olympics, according to sport's highest court.
ATHENS — Greece hurtled on Saturday toward a crucial bailout referendum that could determine its financial future and even its place in the euro zone, as polls showed the "Yes" and "No" camps neck and neck.
Broadcasting regulators will decide on Monday whether and how to punish state-owned Thai PBS TV for its scoop on anti-coup protests.
FUJIAN, CHINA — China hopes its historic links with Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries will draw the attention of their investors to a new free trade area in Fujian province.
Thailand has rejected a Chinese proposal to increase the top speed of the new double-track railway from Bangkok to the Northeast and the Eastern Seaboard to 250 kilometres per hour from 180 km/h.
KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysian Prime Minister Naib Razak is preparing to sue the Wall Street Journal over a report that the troubled state investment fund channeled US$700 million into his personal accounts.
TOKYO - Japan pledged on Saturday to give fresh aid worth 750 billion yen (205 billion baht) in official development assistance to five Southeast Asian countries along the Mekong River over the next three years to boost the region's development.
To many, Dok Kham Tai district in Phayao conjures up an image of a place rich in culture and tradition, where local arts that use natural colours and natural cloth speak of strong community bonds.
The southern property market has bottomed out after falling rubber prices threw the region’s economy into the doldrums in recent years, says the Bank of Thailand.
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