THE Intellectual Property Department plans to extend its "one geographical indication, one province" scheme to all provinces within three years to boost development of localised products and income for local people.
THE Board of Investment welcomes Indian investment in the Kingdom while extending incentives to Thai investors to reciprocate.
THE COMMERCE Ministry has cut its inflation target for this year to 0.6-1.3 per cent, much lower than the previous projection of 1.8-2.5 per cent, after the drop in oil prices and sluggish economic growth.
WITH A SLUGGISH global economy, fluctuating exchange rates and the limited competitiveness of Thai export products, the Thai National Shippers Council foresees flat export growth in the first half of the year, and full-year growth of only 1.1-1.5 per...
Short-term stimulus programmes and cash handouts for farmers are good and quick measures but what are truly needed are mid- to long-term solutions to help farmers lift their productivity and lower production costs, according to the Federation of Thai...
Is the existing petroleum exploration and production regime the real culprit? asks The Nation's Pichaya Changsorn.
The spectrum-licensing body must be an independent body with a single board of up to seven members, according to the preliminary conclusion of the state subcommittee tasked with reforming the broadcasting and telecom industries.
Thailand needs to have a clear system to prevent a repeat of fake government-to-government rice contracts or other corruption cases, academics and traders said last week.
THAILAND IS facing two challenging factors - greater connectivity of social and economic communities in the world and the emergence of an ageing society - that will actively shape the country's labour market.
IMPROVED transport connectivity between Thailand and its neighbours will propel this country into becoming a true regional centre, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said.