Pattaya Mail

MOU signed for better quality of life in Thailand-Cambodia

Thailand and Cambodia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the objective of improving the livelihood of the people of both nations. ...

Pattaya Mail News Staff

PM: Govt committed to anti-human trafficking MoU signed with Cambodia

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has affirmed the government’s determination to push forward the memorandums of understanding (MoUs) recently signed with Cambodia, particularly the one seeking to eradicate human trafficking. Speaking of his official visit to Cambodia during October 30-31, Gen Prayut stated in his weekly televised ...

Pattaya Mail News Staff

Thai-Cambodian railway soon to be constructed

Thai representatives have joined in a foundation stone laying ceremony held in Cambodia, setting the wheels in motion for the construction of railway linking the two countries together. ...

Pattaya Mail

Senior Thai foreign ministry official to visit Cambodia

Thailand’s Foreign Ministry Permanent Secretary Sihasak Phuangketkeow will visit neighbouring Cambodia this week.   Mr Sihasak, in his capacity as Acting Foreign Minister, is scheduled to visit Phnom Penh on Tuesday and Wednesday July 1 and 2 to deepen bilateral ties between the two nations. ...


Thai mangosteen, durian supplies short of demand in Cambodia, Vietnam

Cambodia and Vietnam have urged Thailand to export more mangosteen and durian in response to the high demand in both neighbouring countries.   Sombat Juengtrakoon, deputy chairman of the Thai-Cambodian Border Trade and Tourism Association in Chanthaburi Province, told journalists Monday that Thailand export a lower volume ...

Pattaya Mail

Navy arrests 4 Cambodian rosewood smugglers

Royal Thai Navy ships intercepted a Cambodian fishing boat illegally smuggling 10 million baht in Siamese rosewood out of the kingdom. The HTMS Chao Phraya staffed with military, customs and forestry office personnel captured the 18-meter-long fishing vessel carrying 296 logs in its fish holds ...

Thai-Cambodian trade in Surin reaches new record high

The border trade in Surin province has reportedly reached 1 billion baht for the first time. The figure is said to be the new record high as the situation on the border of Thailand and Cambodia remains calm. Surin’s trade official Sitthiporn Bangkeaw said these ...

Border tension with Cambodia escalates

BANGKOK, 9 January 2013 The cross-border tension between Thailand and Cambodia escalates as both countries prepare to make legal submissions to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the disputed area around the Preah Vihear temple in 3 months. In Surin province, security has tightened ...

Cambodia to face mass return of nationals working in Thailand

Thai and Cambodian labour officials will facilitate the re-employment in Thailand of more than 160,000 Cambodian workers who will possibly be deported to their home country after the nationality verification process ends next Friday, a senior Thai official said today. The process involves 222,430 Cambodian ...

Bad weather affects border trade, seafood prices

Thailand’s border trade at Chanthaburi has dropped by half due to the heavy rain in many eastern provinces, while erratic changes of weather in the southern provinces has caused the increased price of seafood. Thai-Cambodian Business and Tourism Association vice chairman Sombat Juengtrakul said that ...

PTT prepares 800 million baht for expansion into Cambodia, Laos

The PTT Public Company Limited is looking to invest 800 million baht in energy business expansion in Cambodia and Laos in the next five years. The PTT planned to open 4-5 more gas stations in Laos and Cambodia each. The Thai energy giant already has 14 ...

Thai-Cambodian border trade thriving

The border trade between Thailand and Cambodia from January to April this year is worth over 26 billion baht, which is an increase of 25.5 percent year-on-year. According to Mr. Sittiporn Bangkaew, Director of the Surin Provincial Office of Commercial Affairs, Surin province shares ...

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