THE ART AND CRAFT OF GUIDING THE CENTRAL BANK
Prasarn Trairatvorakul, recently retired governor of the Bank of Thailand, reminisces on a meaningful career.
The government's plan for a single access point for internet content is being met with resistance from business interests, human rights advocates and the broader public
After a half century of military rule, the country's reform process is hindered by obstacles, although the upcoming vote, the first contested by all the major parties, will bring some clarity and new alliances
Favourable trade status with the West, geographical proximity and a rapidly growing economy and infrastructure make this ASEAN partner a potentially lucrative manufacturing base, says Cambodian Minister of Commerce Sun Chanthol
An educational collaboration and literary criticism camp plant the seeds of analytical thinking in the younger generation
Bangkok continues its emergence on the global publishing map by hosting the forthcoming IPA congress
A panel of analysts discusses the economic impacts of military rule