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  1. Efforts on to distribute and manufacture medical robots in EEC By THE NATION The Office of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) has been working with the Institute of Field Robotics (FIBO) at King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi to manufacture and distribute “Mod Borirak” (Caregiver Ants) medical robots to hospitals in EEC areas in a bid to help medical professionals in the treatment of Covid-19 patients. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1193624-efforts-on-to-distribute-and-manufacture-medical-robots-in-eec/
  2. Efforts on to distribute and manufacture medical robots in EEC By THE NATION The Office of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) has been working with the Institute of Field Robotics (FIBO) at King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi to manufacture and distribute “Mod Borirak” (Caregiver Ants) medical robots to hospitals in EEC areas in a bid to help medical professionals in the treatment of Covid-19 patients. “In the pilot phase, Chonburi, Phutthasothorn, Rayong and Bang La Mung hospitals will receive three robots each,” said office secretary-gen
  3. Labour Department to farm out migrant work permit applications to private sector Picture: Daily News A government spokeswoman yesterday said that the Thai cabinet had agreed to proposals by the Labour Department to contract out much of the application for work permits for migrant workers to the private sector. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1193619-labour-department-to-farm-out-migrant-work-permit-applications-to-private-sector/
  4. Labour Department to farm out migrant work permit applications to private sector Picture: Daily News A government spokeswoman yesterday said that the Thai cabinet had agreed to proposals by the Labour Department to contract out much of the application for work permits for migrant workers to the private sector. Ratchada Thanadirek was at pains to point out that the final decision will rest with the Labour Department as to who gets a work permit. But utilising private firms in everything from the application stage to the final issuing of a w
  5. How Thailand’s domestic tourism market fell in love with Khao Lak during a pandemic By Bill Barnett While Thailand’s doors remain mostly shut to international tourists, Thailand’s domestic travel wanderlust has turned Khao Lak into an Instagram hero. In the first 2 months of this year, according to research by consulting group C9 Hotelworks’ new Khao Lak Hotel Market Update occupancies soared above 80%. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1193618-how-thailand’s-domestic-tourism-market-fell-in-love-with-khao-lak-during-a-pandemic/
  6. How Thailand’s domestic tourism market fell in love with Khao Lak during a pandemic By Bill Barnett While Thailand’s doors remain mostly shut to international tourists, Thailand’s domestic travel wanderlust has turned Khao Lak into an Instagram hero. In the first 2 months of this year, according to research by consulting group C9 Hotelworks’ new Khao Lak Hotel Market Update occupancies soared above 80%. With the Covid-19 lockdowns, occupancy plunged in April and May, but as domestic travel re-started mid-year on the back of government-initiated ‘We Travel
  7. FTI wants car-exchange scheme to be restricted to locally made autos By THE NATION The government’s car-exchange scheme should be limited to domestically produced cars in order to truly boost the domestic economy, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) suggested. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1193617-fti-wants-car-exchange-scheme-to-be-restricted-to-locally-made-autos/
  8. FTI wants car-exchange scheme to be restricted to locally made autos By THE NATION The government’s car-exchange scheme should be limited to domestically produced cars in order to truly boost the domestic economy, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) suggested. “The private sector agrees that this scheme will help boost the country’s economy, but only if there are criteria stipulating that cars under the scheme must be domestically produced,” said Surapong Paisitpatnapong, vice president and spokesman of the FTI’s Automotive Industry Club.
  9. Pattaya: South Korean finally arrested in Khao San for stabbing attack on compatriot Picture: Sophon Cable TV Nong Prue police finally got their man after a South Korean was stabbed 17 times in the Pattaya area last year. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1193616-pattaya-south-korean-finally-arrested-in-khao-san-for-stabbing-attack-on-compatriot/
  10. Pattaya: South Korean finally arrested in Khao San for stabbing attack on compatriot Picture: Sophon Cable TV Nong Prue police finally got their man after a South Korean was stabbed 17 times in the Pattaya area last year. Jinhyung Park, 28, had been in a car with another Korean when he was assaulted in Soi Pattanakarn 6 in October 2019. Information received from his Thai wife led to an arrest warrant for Keunhui Park, 38, who was arrested outside the Rocco Bar in Khao San Road, Bangkok, on Monday. The suspect had been hiding out
  11. Tuesday News From Thailand & Pattaya - 24th November 2020 fabulous TV
  12. No vaccine, no entry – the next challenge of Covid-19 The Thaiger OPINION With the announcements this week about several vaccine candidate trials, either being completed or at the end of their Phase 3 testings, and the applications to government bodies for ‘emergency approval’, we now have to face the next question. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1193614-no-vaccine-no-entry-–-the-next-challenge-of-covid-19/
  13. No vaccine, no entry – the next challenge of Covid-19 The Thaiger OPINION With the announcements this week about several vaccine candidate trials, either being completed or at the end of their Phase 3 testings, and the applications to government bodies for ‘emergency approval’, we now have to face the next question. What restrictions will be imposed on those people who don’t have the vaccine, or even actively choose not to have the vaccine? And more locally… Will Thailand allow people to enter Thailand without first having the
  14. Phuket school probe into illegally hiring foreign teachers ‘will take time’ By The Phuket News Chalong Police Station Photo: The Phuket News / file PHUKET: Chalong Police have yet to begin their investigation into an international primary school in Rawai for allegedly hiring foreigners illegally to work as teachers, the leading investigator in the case has told The Phuket News. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1193612-phuket-school-probe-into-illegally-hiring-foreign-teachers-‘will-take-time’/
  15. Phuket school probe into illegally hiring foreign teachers ‘will take time’ By The Phuket News Chalong Police Station Photo: The Phuket News / file PHUKET: Chalong Police have yet to begin their investigation into an international primary school in Rawai for allegedly hiring foreigners illegally to work as teachers, the leading investigator in the case has told The Phuket News. Chalong Police were requested to investigate Palm House International School for possible illegal hiring practices after two British nationals were arrested at the school on
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