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In a statement to the Stock Exchange of Thailand, the company said that it has failed to reach an agreement with the labour union over wage, bonus and benefits. It insisted that despite the "lockout", the Bangkok office remains open while the
Environment News More than 100 rai (16 hectare) of the staghorn and giant clam coral reef surrounding Kudee Island, 6 kilometres to the east of Samet Island, is now threatened by the oil spill if efforts to contain the leak fail. Theerapat
She said 20 people had been injured in the early morning crash in central Saraburi province. The inter-province bus, which was travelling from Bangkok to Roi Et in the northeast of the country, caught fire after the crash. Images from Thai television
Haze and smoke from fires set by farmers in Thailand and Mynmar created a dangerous air-quality situation in northern Thailand Friday, officials said. The most threatening conditions were in Mae Hong Song, where the air quality index reached 219,
00 am More than 110,000 rai (17,600 hectares) of land in industrial estates was developed in the first quarter, up 1.6 per cent over the same quarter last year, according to Knight Frank Chartered (Thailand). About 74 per cent of the factories
Thai Beverage Can (TBC) and Thai Malaya Glass - in Hemaraj Industrial Estate, Saraburi province. The company will allocate Bt2 billion for TBC's facility and to boost its manufacturing capacity from 1.8 billion aluminium cans per annum currently to 2.
The company will also spend another Bt300 million in 2014 to raise the combined production capacities of its two factories in Saraburi province, Sosuco Ceramic and Siam Ceramic Group Industries, from 48 million square metres per annum currently to
21 pm Electricity Generating Plc has won a Bt2.46 billion loan for its solar power plants, Thailand's first solar tracking projects...Group's policy to increase electricity generating capacity through renewable energy.
He also ordered PTT to conduct a feasibility study on investment in the project...He asked PTT to boost its shareholding in Thai Petroleum Pipeline Co to more 50 per cent from the current 30 per cent to give the energy giant the biggest say in the
AP Nipon Mopad, in handcuffs, stands next to a pile of boxes containing marijuana and a rifle during a police news conference after his arrest at the police headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand on Friday, April 27, 2012. Police have seized Thailand's