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Sun Legal Update: Thailand’s 12-Hour Flip-Flop on Arresting Cannabis Sellers

In a rollercoaster ride of announcements last week, the Public Health  Ministry directed police to arrest anyone selling marijuana “without permission” before, hours later,...

Sun Legal Update: Pitfalls of Setting Up Thai Limited Companies

Since foreign-owned businesses are restricted from many activities, many foreigners set up a Thai limited company with 51% of shares held by Thai nationals...

Sun Legal Update: Setting Up a Legal Club or Association

Many organizations in Thailand don’t have legal status, however, it is possible to create a legal entity to protect members of an organization, such...

Thailand Cashes in On Ukraine War; Exports to Russia Up 33.5% in Feb.

The value of Thai exports increased by 16.2% year-on-year in February and were not affected by the Russia-Ukraine war, Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit said. Exports...

Refusing to Condemn Ukraine Attack, Thailand Plans to Continue Exports to Russia

. Refusing to "take sides", government will use third-party transit nations if necessary.

Commerce Ministry Monitoring Trade Impacts of Ukraine-Russia War

The economic impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to be a growing concern around the world, with the Thai Ministry of Commerce setting up...

Chanthaburi to Host 7th International Gem & Jewelry Conference Feb. 2-3

Chanthaburi will host an international gem and jewelry conference in February to facilitate exports of one of Thailand’s most valuable products. Sumed Prasongpongchai, director of...

Thai Fruit Makes Strides in International Export Market

Thai processed fruit is taking a big step in the export market. To improve the potential of export products, the government is lending farmers support...

Thai Exports Seen Growing 3-4% in 2022

Exports continue to be the prime driver of Thailand’s economy during a time when commercial activities are upended by the coronavirus pandemic. The Commerce Ministry...

Thai Economy Now Seen Growing 1.5% in 2021

The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce’s economic forecasting center now expects the economy to expand by 1.5 percent this year, owing to...

1st Thai Firm Indicted in Soiled-Glove Export Scandal

Public prosecutors indicted Paddy The Room Trading Co. for its role in the scandal involving the export of hundreds of millions of soiled, bloody...

Bloody Gloves, Drugs & Kidnapping: Thailand’s Soiled PPE Exports Spill into Embarrassing View

Shady shipments of soiled, bloody gloves tied to arrest of U.S. ecstasy smuggler arrested for kidnapping in Bangkok

Thailand’s Auto Sector Shift Into Higher Gear; Both Production, Sales Up

Prospects for Thailand’s automotive industry have improved with both production and sales on the upswing. Autos, which play a significant role in driving Thailand’s economy,...

Ending 7-Year Ban, Iraq Again Buying Thai Rice

Ending a seven-year boycott, Iraq again is buying Thai rice. The Thai Rice Mills Association said Sept. 19 that member Tanasan Rice Plc. recently signed...

Thailand Tests ‘Factory Sandbox’ to Protect Exports, 3 Million Jobs

The government has launched a pilot "factory sandbox" program to test, vaccinate and isolate factory workers, with the aim of limiting Covid-related disruptions to...

Thailand Rubber Exports Bounce Back 50% From 2020 Down Year

The Commerce Ministry reported Monday that Thailand’s rubber exports jumped more than 50 percent, year on year, during the first five months of 2021.

Trump Loss Better for Thai Exports, U.S. Economy, Kasikorn Predicts

Regardless of who wins the U.S. presidential election, the outlook for Thai exports should improve, but would do better if incumbent Donald Trump loses,...

U.S. Trade Retaliation to Have Minimal Impact, Thailand Says

The government said a United States decision to revoke tariff privileges for another group of Thai exports under its Generalized System of Preferences will...

Thai Economy Improves, But Protests, Coronavirus Remain Threats – BoT

Thailand’s economy improved in the third quarter but still faces risks from Covid-19, political protests and labor problems, the Bank of Thailand said Friday. Chayawadee...
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‘Farang Not Understand Thailand’: How PETA’s Coconut-Picking Monkey Business Set Off a Culture War

Thailand says global coconut milk boycott sparked by the animal-rights extremists is based on racist double-standardds and insults the country's culture
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