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Medical tourism to reach USD 100 billion in 2012

15 per cent of medical tourist seek faster medical services while only 9 per cent of travelers seek lower costs as their primary consideration. Thailand Business News

Thailand’s economic prospects for 2010

Thailand’s economic prospects continued to get brighter as the first quarter of 2010 came to a close and the data revealed healthy growth in production and improved consumer confidence. In a statement released by the ... Thailand Business News

More hotels, restaurants are closing in Thailand’s central business district

Apart from the economic damage made to the business sector, the ongoing rally in Thailand's capital has also posed threats to the tourism sector. Thailand Business News

Phuket tourism holding up despite Bangkok clashes

After speaking to hotel executives about Phuket, it is evident that for the moment the nation's capital remains an isolated epicentre of both metrics and opinion. It is a pity that the travel advisories that have been put out do not clearly state that Bangkok is the only affected area Thailand Business News

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Khon Kaen Zoo keeping animals cool by freezing meals

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Thailand extends Emergency Decree for second time to the end of June

Bangkok, 26 May, 2020, at 17.00 Hrs. – The Royal Thai Government has decided to extend the Emergency Decree for one more month, until...

Siriraj Hospital uses 5G to support telemedicine system

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