Extended Rice MoU with Bangladesh

Thailand’s Commerce Ministry had signed an amended Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Bangladesh, extending an agreement on sales of Thai rice. The existing MoU requires Bangladesh to import up to one million tonnes of parboiled rice from Thailand from last year to this year. The change will extend the deadline to import the rice […]

Thai Gov’t Expects 310 MPs to Vote in Favour

Thai Gov’t Expects 310 MPs to vote in favour Government chief whip Amnuay Klangpa expects 310 MPs to vote in favour of passing the two-trillion-baht loan bill for infrastructure megaprojects when the House first-reading debate ends later today. He said the vote would likely be bolstered by some support from  the opposition Bhumjaithai Party. The […]

Korn Chatikavanji: The Thai Political Stooge

Korn Chatikavanji, a stooge for the Democrat Party. He has seen his political party’s share of nepotism and cronyism. It is expected that he and his political gremlins make character assassinations on Yingluck.  The puzzling issue is that despite Yingluck winning a majority in the 2011 election thanks to the trusts of the Thai people, […]

Photos of Yingluck at Thailand’s Maulid

Maulid is the observance of the birthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad which occurs in Rabi’ al-awwal, the third month in the Islamic calendar. Maulid is celebrated in most Muslim countries, and even though Thailand is a Buddhist nation, the Thai people show a reverence for all faiths.

Yingluck’s Confidence in Sustainable Development for Thailand

Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra sets the ball rolling on deliberation in Parliament, taking the lead to advocate for two-trillion-Baht-loan for the country’s infrastructural development. The proposed mega-projects require financing through what was said by local economists as a practical investment, similar to what other nations are doing in order to pave the way for continued broadening […]