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  • Tom 8:17 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: advance, age, , birth, birth control, control, , graduates, , , , , , Market Research, , , research, , , , , worker, Workforce   

    Thailand may face labour shortage before five years 

    Thailand may face labour shortage

    Successful birth control in Thailand may cause a shortage of labourers in the country in “less than five years,” warned a senior Labour Ministry official Sunday.

    Songsri Boonba, deputy director-general of the Employment Department, said a study by the Labour Market Research Division found that demand for labour in Thailand between 2010-2014 will increase every year, especially in the production, agriculture, industry and service sectors. (More …)

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  • Tom 4:02 pm on December 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , camp, , funds, , , , Lab, , , Prizes, research, researchers, , , Technopreneurship, , workshop   

    New campaign brings researchers and entrepreneurs together 

    Technology Management Center (TMC) announces the Lab to Market (L2M) project to support the conversion of technological ideas into products.

    Ms Chachanart Thebtaranonth, Executive Director of TMC, said that most of the ideas and inventions created reached a dead end when the research was finished to a certain point. This project will help create funds from our ideas to further fuel our research. (More …)

     
  • Tom 9:48 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , hotel online reservation, , , , marketing research, , online marketing, online reservation, research, , , tourism market, tourism website, tourism websites, training program, ,   

    Better online marketing skills for Ko Chang 

    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) arranges an online marketing training program for Ko Chang tourism entrepreneurs in Trat province.

    TAT information technology department director Phanom Kaributra said that the training would help local entrepreneurs expand their businesses as there was a growing potential in the Trat tourism market, according to a TAT marketing research. More than 70 online tourism entrepreneurs in Ko Chang have shown interest in the training. (More …)

     
  • Tom 9:04 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , , , , pay taxes, poor, research, rich, richest, , , taxation system, taxes, , Thai society,   

    Fiscal and tax reform needed to reduce poverty gap 

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    The Research Subcommittee of the National Counter Corruption Commission suggested that tax and fiscal reform must change in order to upgrade the country into an equitable and fair Thai society.

    The Research Subcommittee of the National Counter Corruption Commission, Professor Doctor Pasuk Phongpichit recommended that a fair society must have a taxation system that is acceptable and fair. Those receiving many benefits from public expenditure should be willing to pay taxes at a greater proportion of income, compared to those receiving fewer benefits. (More …)

     
  • Tom 2:22 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , Asian capitals, Asian countries, , Bangkok Declaration, , , , , , research, , , , ,   

    Asian major cities to tackle pandemic and promote tourism 

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    In the 8th Asian Network of Major Cities 21 (ANMC 21), Asia’s eight key cities signed the “Bangkok Declaration” in a bid to eliminate the 2009 flu pandemic and to promote tourism in a sustainable manner.

    Ms Taya Teepsuwan, Deputy Governor of Bangkok, stated that Asian countries were the most aware of these 2 issues at the moment. She believed that in accordance with the aim to develop the region, tackling these issues seriously would raise the quality of life for the people. (More …)

     
  • Tom 5:53 pm on October 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , , , , , programs, research, , , , , ,   

    Thailand-Switzerland to collaborate on educational exchange 

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    Thailand and Switzerland are preparing to collaborate on educational exchange programs with an emphasis on hotel and tourism, according to Education Minister, Jurin Laksanawisit.

    The minister recently was scheduled to meet and discuss the issue with Ambassador to the Swiss Confederation, Her Excellency Christine Schraner Burgener. He said both Thailand and Switzerland agreed to provide more exchange programs allowing students to transfer their credits in hotel and tourism related subjects while grade certification should be made by educational institutions of both countries. (More …)

     
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