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BANGKOK (Xinhua/ANN): Thailand's Ministry of Defence on Tuesday (June 2) said it aims to bring back more Thais stranded in other countries, from 400 a day to 500 from June 5. Thai government could only allow a maximum of 400 Thai returnees each day to limit the spread of Covid-19.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): A global ranking on child rights placed Brunei Darussalam in 70th place and the fifth best in South-East Asia, following Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore. The Sultanate scored an average of 0.772 out of one, putting the country ahead of many of its Asian neighbours in promoting child rights.
JAKARTA (Reuters): South-East Asian markets extended multi-day rallies on Tuesday (June 2) on optimism over an economic rebound from the coronavirus crisis, but caution prevailed globally due to simmering Sino-U.S. tensions and violent protests in many US cities.
BANGKOK (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The Cabinet has approved a 90 per cent reduction in land and building taxes for the year 2020 and a two-month postponement in the deadline (August end) for filing personal income tax returns, Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-O-Cha (pic) said today (June 2).
THAILAND’s Cabinet on Tuesday approved a bid by a consortium led by BTS Group Holdings Pcl for an airport development project worth 290 billion baht (US$9bil).
AYUTTHAYA, Thailand (Reuters) - Thais are starting to visit temples again as the mostly Buddhist country emerges from a coronavirus lockdown, although visitors are taking precautions such as wearing masks and getting temperature checks before entering the grounds.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand confirmed one new coronavirus case and one additional death on Tuesday, a health ministry spokesman said.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The campaign 'Turning Farmers into Professional Online Merchants' organised by the Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry in cooperation with Lazada Thailand is seeing success since it sprouted at the beginning of March, Minister Chalermchai Sri-on said.
People returned to some of Thailand’s famed sandy beaches, keeping well apart but enjoying the outdoors, as authorities eased some coronavirus restrictions for the first time in more than two months.