BANGKOK Tens of thousands of Thais on Saturday flocked to a government-organised job expo with more than a million jobs up for grabs as it works to stem mounting unemployment in an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic.
BANGKOK, Sept 24 Thai immigration authorities
said on Thursday they would help more than 100,000 foreign
tourists who were facing penalties for staying in the country
too long, as a grace period expires six months after border and
flight restrictions were imposed.
* Committee votes unanimously to hold rates at record low of
BANGKOK Thailand's central bank is likely to leave its key interest rate unchanged at a record low this week to preserve ammunition and gauge the impact of recent stimulus before providing fresh support to the coronavirus-hit economy, a Reuters poll showed.
* Former govt official, state bank head among candidates
Economy expected to shrink by a record 8.5% this year
* Worries about economy remains plus delays in stimulus
* Foreign currency deposits to be relaxed
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BANGKOK Thailand is planning new projects worth about 30 billion baht ($956 million) to support its farm sector and create rural jobs, its planning agency said on Wednesday, as it tries to restore an economy devastated by the coronavirus pandemic's global impact.
BANGKOK After its finance minister's surprise exit, Thailand is looking for a new chief to steer its economy through the coronavirus crisis, with the outgoing central bank boss being linked to the job and a deputy minister throwing his hat into the ring.