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BANGKOK: Thai political and business figures have urged Asian countries to join hands to fight against rising trade protectionism as a way to make Asia thrive.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's junta chief-turned-civilian prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha faces a tough task in reviving a faltering economy and sinking investor confidence - the same problems as when he seized power in a military coup five years ago.
Bangkok: A fire erupted on a cargo ship docked at a port in Thailand, triggering a blast and leaving at least 25 workers suffering from smoke inhalation and other injuries, officials said.
Bangkok: Critics have urged Thailand’s junta to reconsider the award of a US$7.1bil (RM29.6bil) high-speed rail contract to a consortium led by the kingdom’s richest family, just days before a new parliament is set to convene.
BANGKOK: Thailand will sign a memorandum of cooperation with China and Laos for a rail link aimed at fulfilling a regional connectivity ambition, when Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-Cha visits Beijing this week for the second Belt and Road Forum, the Foreign Ministry said.
CHINESE business magnate Jack Ma has praised Malaysia’s strength, tenacity and speed in implementing digital projects, saying he was “shocked” by how fast the country got going.
BANGKOK: Dhanin Chearavanont, the chairman and chief executive of the Charoen Pokphand Group, stressed that the future era would be driven by robots and lead to a surplus of manufactured goods.
Contractors who delay work on new government projects will be slapped with stop work orders.
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi will launch two projects in the state today - a second bridge across Sungai Kelantan and a rehabilitation centre in Machang.