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APEC Voices of the Future – This Week with Thai PBS World (November 25th 2022)

APEC Voices of the Future – This Week with Thai PBS World (November 25th 2022)

Highlights
  • Thai PM hints that he wants to stay on for two more years

    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (Tuesday) that he can occupy the office for more two years only and he promises to do his best so that he can pass the baton to a successor who is “recognised” by the public. The remark, which is the clearest self-declared indication yet...
  • SRT will compensate families of those killed by Tuesday’s bomb in Songkhla

    The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has announced the deaths of three of its employees in an explosion today (Tuesday), at the scene of Saturday’s train derailment, and has promised compensation to their families. The bodies of Phumiphan Petchsuk, Nawarit Suwanchatri and Yingsak Chumtri, who were reported missing after the...
Government urged to focus on Blue Carbon action

Government urged to focus on Blue Carbon action

Age is not the main challenge for ASEAN’s young politicians

Age is not the main challenge for ASEAN’s young politicians

Transport Company to pay 26 -million-baht to families of 25 road accident victims

Transport Company to pay 26 -million-baht to families of 25 road accident victims

Indonesia parliament ratifies criminal code that bans sex outside marriage

Indonesia parliament ratifies criminal code that bans sex outside marriage

Some good news for Thai economy amid many negative factors

Some good news for Thai economy amid many negative factors

APEC Voices of the Future – This Week with Thai PBS World (November 25th 2022)

APEC Voices of the Future – This Week with Thai PBS World (November 25th 2022)

Transport Company to pay 26 -million-baht to families of 25 road accident victims

Transport Company to pay 26 -million-baht to families of 25 road accident victims

Government urged to focus on Blue Carbon action

Government urged to focus on Blue Carbon action

Indonesia parliament ratifies criminal code that bans sex outside marriage

Indonesia parliament ratifies criminal code that bans sex outside marriage

Age is not the main challenge for ASEAN’s young politicians

Age is not the main challenge for ASEAN’s young politicians

Some good news for Thai economy amid many negative factors

Some good news for Thai economy amid many negative factors

Profiles

Trairong Suwankiri: Team Prayut’s secret weapon for the next election

Trairong Suwankiri’s recent appointment as Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s advisor has been hailed as a potential game-changer for the PM’s...
Trairong Suwankiri’s recent appointment as Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s advisor has been hailed as a potential game-changer for the PM’s political future.

Asean

Indonesia parliament ratifies criminal code that bans sex outside marriage

Indonesia's parliament on Tuesday approved a criminal code that bans sex outside marriage with a punishment of up to one...

Politics

Thai PM hints that he wants to stay on for two more years

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (Tuesday) that he can occupy the office for more two years only and he...

General

Over 80% of people in Bangkok satisfied with new governor’s performance

More than 80% of people living in Bangkok are satisfied with the performance of Governor Chadchart Sittipunt in the six...

Business

Some good news for Thai economy amid many negative factors

The Thai economy grew 4.5 per cent year on year in the third quarter of 2022, exceeding market expectations.  Gross...

Highlights of the week

Prayut, Prawit at crossroads

When straightforward replies should have been preferred but are replaced instead with elusiveness, it’s safe to assume that something is...
Over the past few days, both Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and one of his most powerful backers, Prawit Wongsuwan, were vague about their relationship, which will be under intense public scrutiny going into the next...

Political Pulse

Good news and bad news about Thailand’s corruption

December 6, 2022: Resistance is stronger, but so is the force it is fighting. That’s the verdict of the country’s...
Can better conscience of average Thais battle something so powerful and deep-rooted that still charges ahead?

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