- Mekong countries to integrate transport links
- Mekong ministers aim for better connectivity, trade ties
- Asean and Norway strengthens relationship
- Energy conservation campaign planned
- Thai transport sector well prepared for AEC
- Asean needs to retain and mobilise its vast savings and surpluses
- Economic volatility tops Asean CEOs' concerns
- Mc Group sets sights on neighbouring markets in run-up to AEC
- Merck upbeat on its prospects in integrated Asean
- Envirosell offers Asean consumer insights
Thai footwear producers and raw-material suppliers will set up new factories in Asean in the next few years, focusing to Myanmar, as exports to Southeast Asian markets strengthen amid sluggish exports to major markets such as the United States and the European Union.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 August 2012 13:15
Engagement with the World Bank and ADB will enhance Myanmar's nascent political and economic reform process, which followed 2010 elections.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 09:55
Vendors in Tak's Mae Sot district were forced to suspend business on Friday when the Moei River burst its banks following days of heavy rain.
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 August 2012 16:09
India, one of Asean's six partner countries, has granted a US$500-million (Bt15.7-billion) loan to Myanmar, part of which will be used to finance construction of a 3,200-km trilateral highway linking India, Myanmar and Thailand, according to the Indian ambassador to Bangkok.
Last Updated on Sunday, 12 August 2012 06:22
Local residents felt the ground shake when a minor earthquake hit Uttaradit's Ban Khok district Friday morning but there were no reports of damage, said Somboon Kositanon, director of mineral resources office in Lampang.
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 August 2012 10:49