[BANGKOK] Thais will buy a million cars in 2018, a second year of strong sales, but growing household debt and an anticipated interest rate hike - potentially on Wednesday - spell a slowdown ahead...

THAILAND will soon hold its first election since the military seized power in a 2014 coup and many hope the vote will return South-east Asia's second-largest economy to democracy...

[BANGKOK] With cat-like humans, soldiers infiltrating an art gallery and brainwashed cadets, dystopian "Ten Years Thailand" is the latest in a pan-Asian film series aiming to stir political...

EDITORIAL

IF all goes according to plan, Thailand will hold its first general election in nearly eight years when its people finally go to the polls on Feb 24 next year.

THAILAND'S junta on Tuesday lifted a ban on political campaigning ahead of 2019 elections, more than four years after the restriction was imposed following the kingdom's latest coup...

[BANGKOK] Every morning Buddhist monk Pipit Sarakitwinon takes walks around his temple and does hundreds of arm exercises, part of a new regimen aimed at shedding pounds as a health overhaul for...

BATTLE lines are being drawn between Thailand's military government and the populist movement led by ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra as both sides attempt to outmanoeuvre the other before a...

[BANGKOK] The helicopter crash that killed Thai billionaire and Leicester City soccer club Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha puts the spotlight on the clan that helps run a duty-free business empire...

THAILAND'S richest man Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi is planning an initial public offering of a domestic property business that could raise at least US$1.5 billion, people with knowledge of the...