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Both government and opposition MPs have slammed a bill aimed at promoting media ethics and professional standards, saying the bill is outdated and the government should withdraw it.

Spending on Valentine's Day this year is projected to top 2.39 billion baht, jumping 57.1% from last year and the first increase in five years, according to a University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) survey.

Fitness fanatics have been warned that getting their daily dose of training is about to become even more of a challenge and a health risk, with experts predicting a sharp rise in levels of PM2.5 toxic dust.

Foreign funds continued to flow into Asian stock markets in January, backed by the economic recovery and China's reopening, according to a Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) briefing on Tuesday.

Attempts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions are not restricted to environmental and technological approaches, as economic instruments are meant to support campaigns against global warming.

The local banking industry is developing the technological infrastructure to prevent cybercrime in the hard-hit financial sector, according to an adviser to a key anti-fraud body.

The cabinet approved increasing tax incentives for foreign film shoots in Thailand, aiming to promote shooting and production in the country.

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has warned against populist policies being rolled out by political parties to attract voters ahead of the upcoming general election, saying their election pledges could inflict financial burdens on the national budget.

KAHRAMANMARAS (TURKEY) - It is the last time Mesut Hancer will ever hold his 15-year-old daughter's hand.

A court in Seoul on Tuesday delivered a landmark ruling holding the South Korean government accountable for a massacre committed by its soldiers in the Vietnam War, ordering it to pay compensation.


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