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Japan - China dispute leads to disturbances

Major Japanese companies suspend operations, may relocate to Thailand

International Celebrities Visit Nong Nooch Tropical Garden Pattaya

Construction of 11km Bridge Across Mekong

Siripun Sinbuathong 21.01.2010
Construction of 11km Bridge Across Mekong

Construction of the new Chiang Khong bridge across the Mekong River, as part of the North–South Economic Corridor project linking Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and China, is expected to start in March, according to Veera Ruangsooksriwong, director–general of Thailand’s Highways Department.

Thailand’s exports this year are projected to increase moderately from those of last year as a result of the global economic recovery and the expansion of shipments to China and ASEAN, according to the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC).

Singapore in full swing

The Thai Polo and Equestrian Club, Pattaya played host to an International line up last weekend, including teams from China, Singapore and Thailand, all competing for the Inaugural Asian League Trophy.

‘Too early’ to see end of recession

Major emerging economies Brazil, Russia, India and China told their G20 counterparts on September 3 it was "too early'' to speak of an end to the global economic crisis.

Pattaya to see Eclipse of the Sun

Sarawoot Phachareon 15.07.2009
Pattaya to see Eclipse of the Sun

Pattaya residents will be once again able to see the natural phenomenon, Eclipse of the Sun, on this upcoming July 22. It will be occurring for over two hours long, starting from 7:00 - 9:15 am. It will once again occur next year January 15.

Thailand would like to enhance cooperation with China's northern port city of Tianjin, visiting Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said recently during his visit.

China's Sinopec makes $7.2B grab for Addax

ROB GILLIES Associated Press Writer 30.06.2009

China’s Sinopec will acquire oil explorer Addax Petroleum for $7.2 billion, again flexing the country’s economic clout in what would be the largest overseas takeover ever by a Chinese company.

Global business groups have made an unusual direct appeal to Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to scrap an order for PC makers to supply controversial Internet filtering software, citing security and privacy concerns.


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