Labour Minister Reports Covid-19 Screening at Thai-Japan Center in Din Daeng to Open Until April 30; The 1506 Hotline Press 6 Ensures Insured Persons Reach Hospitals Promptly

Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin reported the progress of the proactive Covid-19 screening for insured persons following the “Workforce Fighting Together” project in the five provinces. To date, 29,065 people have been tested with 607 confirmed cases of Covid-19. The Labour Minister emphasized that the Thai-Japan Center in Din Daeng, Bangkok, would open until April […]

695 COVID patients critical as 2,012 new cases recorded on Wednesday

Thailand’s Disease Control Department reported 2,012 new COVID-19 cases, 15 additional deaths and 695 critical cases on ventilators this morning (Wednesday). Cumulative infections, since early last year, are 61,699, with 21,119 still being treated in hospitals. The death toll has jumped to 178. The department also noted that, since the beginning of this month, 32,836 […]

Thailand’s Sovereign Credit Rating Remains Stable

Prime Minister and Defense Minister was pleased with the news report from the Ministry of Finance that the Japan Credit Rating (JCR) Agency has maintained Thailand’s Sovereign Credit Rating at “A-” with a “stable” outlook. Deputy Government Spokesperson Traisuree Taisaranakul quoted the Prime Minister as saying that the report was encouraging and reflects a foreign […]

mai welcomes integrated ICT service provider “PROEN” on April 29

BANGKOK, April 28, 2021 – Market for Alternative Investment (mai) will list PROEN Corp pcl, a service provider of integrated information communication and technology (ICT), as well as construction contractor for telecommunication and infrastructure projects, on April 29, under the ticker symbol “PROEN”. The company has a market capitalization at its initial public offering (IPO) […]

Myanmar Parallel Government Rejects Talks With Junta Before Political Prisoners Are Freed

Myanmar’s parallel government on Wednesday rejected holding talks with the junta that seized power in early February until the military regime releases more than 3,000 political prisoners, rebuffing a plan by the country’s Southeast Asian neighbors. Leaders of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) met last Saturday and signed a “five-point consensus” on […]

Coup Stymies Junta Peace Outreach to Myanmar Ethnic Armies

Myanmar’s junta, which suffered casualties and attacks in two far-flung regions controlled by ethnic armies this week, has been frustrated in its effort to revive moribund peace talks with powerful militias who won’t play ball with the unpopular military dictatorship, analysts and ethnic leaders said. In Chin state, a rugged, poor region near the border […]