Google the cost of printing banknotes and the clearest response comes from the US central bank.
My recent encounters with locals in Dawei shed light on the impact of new investment pouring into this port city on Myanmar’s west coast.
The outlook isn’t so bright. Last weekend, the Group-of-20 economies were unable to agree on a joint push for new stimulus measures.
Thai Airways International must have done something right lately: its share price rallied last week.
Last week Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha unveiled a brilliant idea to contain the spread of the Zika virus.
China Daily offered an interesting chronicle of landmark events that have occurred during Monkey years. Yes, all of us remember the tsunami in 2004 that killed over 200,000 people. But how many recall that the European Union was launched in 1992? Or...
Are we ready for the older stages of life? That’s a tough question. Few can say they are, wholeheartedly, because readiness involves both emotional and financial factors.
The abrupt change of temperature has caused a stir among Bangkokians. Sweaters usually preserved for trips to the North are now being pulled out of closets as the mercury drops below 20 degrees Celsius.
A prominent economist was surprised with the long queue of commuters at a BTS station’s ticket booth, waiting to buy tickets for their rides.
What did Thailand do to attract nearly 30 million visitor arrivals in 2015?