Thai Cabinet approves ฿6.6bn for two new bridges in the South, over Songkhla Lake and connecting Lanta and Lanta Noi islands in the Andaman Sea

Thai Cabinet approves ฿6.6bn for two new bridges in the South, over Songkhla Lake and connecting Lanta and Lanta Noi islands in the Andaman Sea The Thai cabinet approved 6.6 billion baht on Tuesday for the construction of two bridges, over Songkhla Lake to link Krasae Sin district with Khao Chaison district of Phatthalung, and […]

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Bangkok’s First Monorail, the Yellow Line, running from Ladprao station to Samrong station started its first trial operations

Bangkok’s First Monorail, the Yellow Line, running from Ladprao station to Samrong station started its first trial operations The countdown of Bangkok’s First Monorail officially begins. On 12 October 2022, the Yellow Line Monorail running from Ladprao station to Samrong station started its first trial operations. In its first phase, the train is equipped with […]

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Aurecon strengthens renewables capabilities in Southeast Asia with senior hires

Aurecon strengthens renewables capabilities in Southeast Asia with senior hires Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City – International design, engineering and advisory company Aurecon has appointed Lorenzo Claveri as Wind and Renewables Leader and Chanon Mahisanan as Senior Engineer, Power Generation to bolster its renewables capabilities in Southeast Asia. These two appointments are part of Aurecon’s […]

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Thai cabinet approves construction of Andaman International Medical Center in Phuket

Thai cabinet approves construction of Andaman International Medical Center in Phuket Deputy Government Spokesperson Traisuree Taisaranakul disclosed that the cabinet, in its weekly meeting, approved the Andaman International Medical Center project in Phuket. Construction period is for 5 years (2023- 2027), and the approved budget totals 5,116 million Baht (FY2023: 1,291 million, FY2024: 1,656 million, […]

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Chinese-Backed Power Plant Opens in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

Chinese-Backed Power Plant Opens in Myanmar’s Rakhine State A Chinese-backed power plant that forms an important part of the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC) scheme in Myanmar’s western Rakhine State opened this week, signaling that Beijing is moving forward with its projects in post-coup, conflict-torn Myanmar. The US$180-million, gas-fired 135-MW power plant in the Kyaukphyu Special […]

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Over Baht 9bn for Kanchanaburi road upgrades

Over Baht 9bn for Kanchanaburi road upgrades The Transport Ministry plans to upgrade road facilities in Kanchanaburi with a total investment of almost 10 billion baht to accommodate rising tourist numbers and future economic growth. Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob revealed details yesterday after attending a meeting to follow up on the progress of major projects […]

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Probe Bangkok’s train bid claims

Probe Bangkok’s train bid claims Allegations of unfair competition in bidding for the Orange Line’s western expansion As much as it wants to speed up the construction of mass transit systems in the city to alleviate traffic congestion, the government needs to clear allegations of unfair competition in bidding for the Orange Line’s western expansion. […]

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