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Foreign Business Act B.E. 2542 (1999)

Thailand King HM Bhumibol Adulyadej, Rex. http://www.onestopservicesthailand.com/ 19.06.2012

King's New Royal Emblem Pin Introduced in Pattaya

Pattaya City Expats Club 28.06.2011
Foreign Business Act B.E. 2542 (1999)

Thailand Foreign Business Act B.E. 2542 (1999) --------------------------------------------- Bhumibol Adulyadej, Rex. Given on this 24th day of November B.E. 2542 (1999) Being the 54th year if the present reign. His Majesty Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej has been pleasantly pleased to proclaim that it was expedient to improve the law governing the business operation of foreigners. This Foreign Business Act has some provisions relating to the restriction of the rights and liberty of individuals but by implication of Section 29 in conjunction with Section 35 and Section 50 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand, the restriction can be implemented by virtue of the law. By and with the advice and concurrence of the Parliament, His Majesty the King graciously ordered the enactment of this Act as follows:

King's New Royal Emblem Pin Introduced in Pattaya

This December 5th marks a most auspicious occassion in Thailand. His Majesty the King will reach his 84th Birthday on that date and as a tribute to his 7th Cycle Birthday (each 12 years is one cycle) a new Royal Emblem was created to honor Thailand's oldest King, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Rama IX, who is also the world's longest reigning monarch. The King's new Royal Emblem pin was introduced in Pattaya on Sunday, June 26 by Drew Noyes while he was the MC at the Pattaya City Expats Club.

American Drew Noyes 14 Years of Service in Thailand for His Majesty King Adulyadej Bhumibol

Dave Morgan newspaper archives, public records, Naymz.com, LinkedIn.com 10.11.2010

King Asks Thais to Work for Common Interest

Siripun Sinbuathong 06.01.2010
American Drew Noyes 14 Years of Service in Thailand for His Majesty King Adulyadej Bhumibol

Drew Noyes came to help Thailand in 1997 in service to His Majesty the King Adulyadej Bhumibol following a Royal Proclamation asking for American expertise to sort out IMF funding for Thailand during the regional Financial Crisis. Drew came to set up small businesses to help Thais in areas in which they could not compete at that time. Drew Noyes has stayed to serve in Thailand for 14 years for his love of His Majesty the King and Thai people. Now he is a permanent resident married to a Thai wife with a growing family of children.

King Asks Thais to Work for Common Interest

Thailand’s revered and beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej has asked his subjects to work with utmost efficiency and for the benefit of the public interest.

Presents Major Events Since 1946

BANGKOK, - Thai authorities have arrested a third suspect in relation to the spread of rumours which are credited with tumbled Thai stock market last month.

HM the King’s Health Improving

Staff Reporter 23.10.2009
HM the King’s Health Improving

The world’s longest-serving monarch, HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej,of Thailand, was admitted to the hospital for a lung infection, fever, fatigue and loss of appetite on September 19.

Country in danger of collapse: King and Prime Minister separately call for unity

Political dissent which came to the boiling point in Pattaya in April spread to Bangkok and then nationwide resulting in a recent multi-million signature petition to His Majesty caused King Bhumibol Adulyadej, 81, to make a rare speech to an audience at his seaside palace in Hua Hin on August 21. The widely revered king warned that the country could collapse if its feuding political factions do not unite, as the government braced for fresh street protests.

US Ambassador Eric G. John's Address in Bangkok on Independence Day

I am delighted to join with you tonight in celebrating the 233rd anniversary of the United States of America's existence as an independent democratic nation. In addition, I can think of no better place outside of America to be for this occasion than here in Thailand, since 1833 our oldest friend in Asia.

New dinosaur-era turtle species found in Mukdahan

Two 150-million-year-old turtle fossils recently found in north-east Thailand have been classified as a new Jurassic-era species, clinching the kingdom's claim to land-turtle ancestry in South-East Asia, media reports said recently.


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