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The day dams silenced Luang Prabang

The day dams silenced Luang Prabang A new mega project threatens the heritage of Lao Unesco town While almost 10 hydropower mega-dams have been removed across the United States to revitalise rivers and people’s lives, the governments of Laos and Thailand have reached an agreement to construct more such dams on the mainstream of the […]

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Laos gives green light to 1,200 MW wind power project in Sepon District, the central Savannakhet province bordering Vietnam

Laos gives green light to 1,200 MW wind power project in Sepon District, the central Savannakhet province bordering Vietnam The Lao government has signed an agreement with Savan Vayu Renewable Energy Co., Ltd. (SVARE) to develop a 1,200 MW wind power project in Sepon District, the central Savannakhet province bordering Vietnam. The Lao government has […]

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Changes coming to Thailand’s airports

Changes coming to Thailand’s airports Services such as boarding and ground handling are being automated Traffic congestion outside the departure halls of Suvarnabhumi airport, where clusters of cars and taxis vie for parking spaces to drop off passengers, has become the norm for travellers starting their outgoing journeys from the biggest airport in the country. […]

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Legal Spotlight – Taxation of Overseas Income of Thai Tax Residents

NARIT & Associates cordially invites you to LEGAL SPOTLIGHT on: “TAXATION OF OVERSEAS INCOME OF THAI TAX RESIDENTS” A practical course will talk you through Thai taxation of overseas income of Thai tax residents in light of Revenue Department’s new interpretation of Section 41 of the Revenue Code (Departmental Instruction No. 161/2566), as revised effective date (Department […]

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Pattaya urban rail project gathers momentum with public consultation

Pattaya urban rail project gathers momentum with public consultation In a significant development for Pattaya’s transportation infrastructure, Buntian Jansuk, Director of the Engineering Office, led the second public consultation for the Red and Purple Line urban railway project. The event held at the Grand Palazzo Hotel on February 15, drew the participation of Pattaya City […]

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Incentives extended for Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) three airport link rail line builder

Incentives extended for Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) three airport link rail line builder Amid concerns about slow progress, CP-led consortium needs encouragement to get back on track The Board of Investment (BoI) has agreed to extend new privileges to the builder of a high-speed railway linking three airports, in a fresh effort to unlock […]

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Thai steelmakers eye state projects for lifeline

Thai steelmakers eye state projects for lifeline Steel manufacturers are pinning their hopes on the government’s new and old infrastructure development projects to boost sluggish steel consumption in the country. The state budget for fiscal 2024 could drive these construction projects once it is approved, said Chaichalerm Bunyanuwat, president of the EAF Long Product Steel […]

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