The Nation (Thailand)

ATTAPEU, Laos (The Nation/ANN) - Lao authorities say negotiations have begun over compensation for the victims of last summer’s Xe Pian-Xe Nam Noy Dam collapse, but environmental activists and rights campaigners want the dam’s backers to do more than just pay out money – they should help restore their livelihoods, too.

TOULOUSE, France (The Nation/ANN) - European aircraft maker optimistic on Thailand’s potential as it powers up plans for regional aircraft maintenance hub. 

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - The United Information Highway (UIH) is moving towards the role of an intelligent digital infrastructure provider after launching three new business units for solution integration, security, cloud and data centre. 

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - Neither the US nor China is innocent in the spy-versus-spy game, but millions of people are losing out while 5G is held hostage by politics.

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) has been successful in helping some farmers and community-based enterprises produce high-quality products that meet food-safety standards, Apirom Sukprasert, the bank’s president, said. 

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - Driven by surging demand from European and South American buyers, Myanmar’s leading manufacturer and exporter of rattan, bamboo and lacquerware products plans to ramp up production and sales in the next few months, according to Stellabeth Swezin Le, director of business development at Bella Interiors Co.

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) -Fifty per cent chance this year could be the second hottest-ever.

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - In less than two months, and for the first time in eight years, voters will be heading to the polling booths to decide the country’s fate.

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - The Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) policy committee has agreed to focus on educational measures to address the problem of labour shortage in the region, allocating Bt725 million to train and improve the quality of teachers, lecturers and students in the economic corridor.

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - The Election Commission (EC) yesterday announced the names of 2,810 party-list candidates who are qualified to contest the March 24 election – including representatives of the Thai Raksa Chart Party.