Thailand in a Global Competitive Economy

In 2011, unprecedented floods in Thailand cost its economy US$45 billion, according to the World Bank, and triggered disruptions to many global supply chains. There are many economical challenges that affects countries in the region. The Government of Thailand is determined to overcome them with considerations such as bridging the gap between the rich and poor and […]

Road Quality: Phillipine on par with Indonesia but behind Thailand

MANILA – About 73 percent of national, provincial, city, municipal and barangay roads nationwide remain unpaved, according to the Department of Public Works and Highways. Despite this, the DPWH has noted a slight improvement in the quality of Philippine roads following the “adoption of new construction design specifications like the increase in concrete pavement thickness […]

V for Thailand: It’s Time for a Reality Check

Democracy is about the just rule of the majority in an accountable system of governance but in spite of that the White Mask demonstrators are calling to ignore the results of the 2011 elections and in the hope to install their own “rule by the minority” concept of administration.