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World Bank – Thailand’s Economy in line with Predictions

2022-09-28T13:15:04+07:00September 28th, 2022|Dancham News|

The economy picked up in Q3 2022, as mobility, tourist inflows, and employment improved, in line with a projected strengthening domestic recovery in H2. However, goods exports softened due to weakened global demand. Inflation remained the highest among the major ASEAN economies, driven by supply-side factors, while demand-pull pressure remained

WHO says ‘the end is in sight’ for Covid pandemic

2022-09-21T16:20:03+07:00September 21st, 2022|Dancham News|

In the U.S., however, Covid deaths have stayed relatively flat. The country's weekly average of 478 deaths a day is far above that from July 2021, its lowest point ever. The Covid pandemic may be nearing a close, the World Health Organization said Wednesday. New weekly deaths reached their lowest

Tourist police chief acts to help Thai tourism

2022-09-21T15:52:08+07:00September 21st, 2022|Dancham News|

The chief of the Thai tourist police is fed up with Thailand's image being ruined by cabbies who continually refuse fares from tourists.  He has told tourists that they should call his men with pictures of licence plates and they will do something about it. In this way it would

Danish Visa Application Center Relocates!

2022-09-30T13:13:12+07:00September 16th, 2022|Dancham News|

Denmark Visa Application Center moves back to location in Trendy Office Building Effective Monday, 18th July 2022 -The Denmark Visa Application Center (VAC) will relocate back to its previous location: 10/104-106, The Trendy Building, 8th Floor, Sukhumvit Soi 13, Klongtoey-Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand. 10110. Starting 18th July 2022- Applicants who

World Bank – Slower Recovery and High Inflation for Thailand

2022-09-08T09:30:37+07:00September 8th, 2022|Dancham News|

The economic recovery continued to pick up in Q2 2022, expanding by 2.5% (yoy), due to a stronger-than-expected boost in private consumption and tourism, which offset weak goods exports. However, among the major ASEAN economies, Thailand’s recovery has proven to be the slowest and inflation the highest. The rising cost