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The Administrative Court on Friday threw out a petition by the Transport Ministry and the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) seeking a retrial over a compensation award of 37 billion baht to Hopewell Holdings.

WASHINGTON: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell vowed Friday to act to ensure the American economic expansion continues, but warned the central bank has no "rulebook" for dealing with the US-China trade war that deteriorated further almost as he spoke.

Four years ago when Thai-American US Senator Ladda "Tammy" Duckworth visited Thailand, she was still a member of the House of Representatives.

The self-proposed dissolution of the small People Reform Party, one of 20 ruling coalition parties, has sparked concerns about copycat moves which could lead to a "parliamentary dictatorship".

The government's emergency situation committee on Friday agreed to extend the enforcement of an emergency decree on public administration in the deep South for another three months, said a senior security official.

Thailand will play China in the semi-finals of the 2019 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship in Seoul on Saturday.

The Intellectual Property and International Trade Court has ordered the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) to pay Siam Sport Syndicate 50 million baht in damages for unfairly terminating a contract.

With 116 kilometres of coastline, Pattani is home to one of the largest fisheries in the far South. The abundant seafood hauled from the 5,000-rai Pattani Bay has long been a crucial source of income for local communities.

WASHINGTON: The United States and China exchanged blows Friday as each side increased punitive tariffs on the other, intensifying a trade war that is threatening to engulf the global economy.

LONDON: British Airways pilots are set to strike for three days in September, the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) said on Friday.


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