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  • Government Prepares Many More Economic Stimulus Measures: PM
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha advised people to monitor news releases from the government closely because it would introduce many more economic stimulus measures for their benefits.

    BANGKOK, Nov 24 (TNA) – Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha advised people to monitor news releases from the government closely because it would introduce many more economic stimulus measures for their benefits. Gen Prayut wrote in his Facebook page that as Thailand was effectively controlling COVID-19, it was time to solve people’s economic problems and support national economy. “This morning I met...

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    24 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=589373
  • Rallies Do Not Affect Investment
    Ongoing anti-government demonstrations have not affected investment in the country because the government is coping well with them, said Deputy Prime Minister/Energy Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow.

    BANGKOK, Nov 24 (TNA) — Ongoing anti-government demonstrations have not affected investment in the country because the government is coping well with them, said Deputy Prime Minister/Energy Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow. Mr Supattanapong said investors were aware that the government was able to cope with rallies and ensure national order and demonstrators had not caused any severe damage to...

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    24 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=589322
  • Electric Boats Tested on Bangkok Canel
    A test run of electric boats were conducted on Padung Krungkasem canal on Monday before its full operation for public service, scheduled this Friday.

    BANGKOK, Nov 23 (TNA) – A test run of electric boats were conducted on Padung Krungkasem canal on Monday before its full operation for public service, scheduled this Friday. Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang led senior officials of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to inspect the test run of seven electric boats. They took the boats from Hua Lamphong pier. The boat service on Padung...

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    24 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=589323
  • Huge Drugs Haul Seized in Nong Khai
    More than eight millions of meth pills were seized in a drug bust on the Mekong river bank in the northeastern province of Nong Khai on Sunday.

    NONG KHAI, Nov 23 (TNA) – More than eight millions of meth pills were seized in a drug bust on the Mekong river bank in the northeastern province of Nong Khai on Sunday. Maj. Gen. Boonsin Phadklang, commander of the Surasakmontree Task Force said the joint operation acted on a tip-off about smuggling of illegal drugs at the border in Nong Khai. On Sunday night, officials...

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    24 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=589049
  • 11m People on Public Transport during Long Holidays
    The Transport Ministry reported 10.69 million people used public transport and 14.05 million vehicles including 13.04 million private vehicles traveled to and from Bangkok during long holidays last weekend.

    BANGKOK, Nov 24 (TNA) — The Transport Ministry reported 10.69 million people used public transport and 14.05 million vehicles including 13.04 million private vehicles traveled to and from Bangkok during long holidays last weekend. Chayatham Phromsorn, permanent secretary for transport, said that the traffic happened from Nov 18 to 22, the volume of travelers on public transport services was 2.06%

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    24 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=589033
  • Police Prepared for Rally at Crown Property Bureau
    Ten companies of police were mobilized to cope with an anti-government rally planned at the Crown Property Bureau on Nov 25.

    BANGKOK, Nov 23 (TNA) – Ten companies of police were mobilized to cope with an anti-government rally planned at the Crown Property Bureau on Nov 25. Pol Maj Gen Piya Tawichai, deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, said that nine companies of policemen and one company of policewomen were prepared to protect the Crown Property Bureau, the venue of a future rally planned by Khana...

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    23 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=588760
  • Border Camp Locked Down for COVID Infection
    The Umpiem refugee camp in Phop Phra district was locked down after an illegal migrant entered it with the novel coronavirus.

    TAK, Nov 23 (TNA) – The Umpiem camp in Phop Phra district was locked down after an illegal migrant entered it with the novel coronavirus. Local residents told officials that the Myanmar man who had a high fever crossed the Thai-Myanmar border through a jungle and entered the camp. Officials sent him to a local hospital for a COVID-19 test. After testing positive, he was sent to Mae Sot Hospital...

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    23 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=588508
  • HM King Donates Land to 2 Universities
    His Majesty the King donated land to Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University and Suan Dusit University.

    BANGKOK, Nov 23 (TNA) – His Majesty the King donated land to Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University and Suan Dusit University. Their Majesties the King and Queen had Higher Education Science Research and Innovation Minister Anek Laothamatas attend the ceremony of the land donation at the Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall where the rectors of both universities obtained the title deeds. Mr Anek said the...

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    23 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=588314
  • Six Billion Baht Approved for Covid Vaccine
    The Cabinet set aside the six- billion-baht budget for reservation and procurement of the prospective Covid -19 vaccine, according to the government’s Thaikoofah Facebook page.

    BANGKOK, Nov 18 (TNA) – The Cabinet set aside the six- billion-baht budget for reservation and procurement of the prospective Covid -19 vaccine, according to the government’s Thaikoofah Facebook page. Thailand reserves 26 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca to ensure the country will be one of the first countries to have access to the vaccine when it is available after the safety...

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    18 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=586635
  • CCSA Extends Emergency Decree for Another 45 Days
    The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) agreed to extend the emergency decree for another 45 days, spanning the New Year festival to curb the spread of Covid-19.

    BANGKOK, Nov 18 (TNA) – The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) agreed to extend the emergency decree for another 45 days, spanning the New Year festival to curb the spread of Covid-19. The CCSA spokesman, Taweesin Visanuyothin said the CCSA meeting on Wedensday, chaired by Prime Minister and Defense Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha decided to extend the emergency decress from Dec 1...

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    18 November 2020
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=586512