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All eyes of developers on election aftermath

All eyes of developers on election aftermath

Political stability, policy consistency and a peaceful environment are the top requirements of local and foreign developers from the new government, rather than any incentives to boost the property market.

25 Mar 2019 at 04:30

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  • Govt seeks ways to curb destructive armyworms

    The spread of fall armyworms in corn fields across the country has prompted authorities to seek measures to minimise economic damage to the agricultural sector.

    24 Mar 2019 at 04:00

  • Dems, Pheu Thai dominate city

    Thirty House seats in Bangkok will be up for grabs only for Democrat and Pheu Thai heavyweights in this Sunday's election, with no "giant slayers" from new rival parties.

    22 Mar 2019 at 06:13

  • Rookie parties to redefine poll strategies

    The race to the election's finish line will see the position of the reigning titans -- Pheu Thai and Democrat parties -- undercut by Future Forward and Palang Pracharath.

    22 Mar 2019 at 05:30

  • 3 major parties vying for North

    Pheu Thai likely to clinch bulk of 62 seats.

    21 Mar 2019 at 04:00


    Winter wonderland, summer retreat

    Nozawaonsen is rightly famous for its hot springs and skiing. But there's much more to it than that.

    21 Mar 2019 at 04:00

  • The birds and the blinds

    Kaeng Krachan forest is a summer destination for those bored with beaches and selfies.

    21 Mar 2019 at 04:00

  • ELECTION 2019

    'Faces' still carry poll clout

    The core region of the country minus Bangkok looks to be a popularity fight between those old familiar faces - Democrats vs the regime vs Bhumjaithai.

    20 Mar 2019 at 02:28

  • ELECTION 2019

    Pheu Thai tipped to prevail in Isan

    Support is teetering but the Pheu Thai Party is still 'biggest and best' in the most populous region, and looks likely to win 80 of 116 seats at stake.

    19 Mar 2019 at 06:10


    Minding the measles

    As the anti-vaccination movement creeps into Thailand, medical bodies warn that opting out can lead to aggravating consequences.

    19 Mar 2019 at 04:00


    Wasting away to make energy

    The government is keen to reduce landfills, using refuse for power generation, with new licensing expected later this month.

    18 Mar 2019 at 10:06