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  • Chinese company starts delivering order of 72 trains to Thailand

    The delivery of trains manufactured in China as part of an order of 72 trains by Thailand has begun, CRRC Puzhen Bombardier Transportation Systems Co., Ltd. (PBTS) said.


  • KResearch expects rise in Thailand-bound Chinese tourists during Spring Festival

    Kasikorn Research Center (KResearch) expects an encouraging increase in the number of Thailand-bound Chinese tourists during the Spring Festival from January 24 to 30, 2020.


  • SEC and HKEX join hands on regulatory mapping to seek more cooperation opportunities

    The SEC and its Hong Kong counterparts negotiated cooperation on capital markets in accordance with the MOU signed between mutual governments on November 29, 2019.


  • New air route links E China city, Thailand

    A new air route was launched Monday linking Ganzhou City, east China's Jiangxi Province, and Thailand's popular resort city of Pattaya.


  • New air route links east China city, Bangkok

    JINAN, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- A new air route opened Monday, linking the city of Yantai, east China's Shandong Province, with Bangkok, capital of Thailand.


  • Feature: Chinese sea goddess Mazu "flies" to Thailand for cultural exchanges

    An airplane departed from Xiamen, a coastal city of east China's Fujian Province Thursday morning, carrying a special passenger -- the Chinese sea goddess Mazu. She is heading to Thailand for cultural exchanges.


  • China, Thailand agree to advance ties, jointly promote regional connectivity

    China and Thailand on Tuesday pledged to expand cooperation in various areas and work together to facilitate trade and investment to boost regional connectivity and build a more open world economy.


  • Feature: China's e-commerce tech helps Thailand digital economy boom

    Young Thai clothing designers Nunthapong Boonnao and Manassawee Suangkaew used to run a store to sell clothes they create in the Thai capital. In 2018 they decided to close their store to set up an online clothing shop in Lazada, a major online shopping company in Southeast Asia.


  • Thailand becomes world's largest rubber exporter, China as biggest market: ministry

    The Thai Commerce Ministry's Department of Trade Negotiations on Sunday said that Thailand has become the world's largest rubber exporter, with China as Thailand's biggest market thanks to its free trade agreements (FTA) with China and many other countries.


  • China, Thailand pledge to promote ties, boost cooperation

    China and Thailand agreed to work together to promote the development of bilateral ties and expand cooperation in various fields during a meeting Thursday between Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi.


  • Chinese enterprise completes detailed design of China-Thailand Railway's 1st phase

    The detailed engineering design of the 252.3-km first phase of high-speed China-Thailand Railway has been completed recently, which laid a solid foundation for the coming all-round construction on the railway, the Chinese enterprise in charge of the design work told Xinhua on Tuesday.


  • Chinese embassy in Bangkok holds event to celebrate 44th anniversary of diplomatic ties

    The Chinese embassy in Bangkok on Tuesday held an event inside the embassy to celebrate the 44th anniversary of diplomatic ties between China and Thailand.


  • Sino-Thai co-op under BRI to move to a higher level with higher quality, official

    The cooperation between China and Thailand under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will develop toward a higher-level and higher-quality path, said Lv Jian, the Chinese ambassador to Thailand, in an article published on the People's Daily Wednesday.


  • Thailand to display flowers, fruits at Int'l Horticultural Exhibition in Beijing

    Thailand was ready to display a diversity of the country's flowers, fruits and vegetables at the Thailand Pavilion during the 2019 Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition, an official said on Wednesday.


  • Thai-Chinese high-speed rail project boosts Thai economic dev., bilateral exchanges, Thai official

    As a symbol of the long-term Thai-Chinese friendship, the Sino-Thailand high-speed rail project will foster local economic development of Thailand and promote people-to-people exchanges, said Thai Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith.


  • Xinhua Silk Road promotes Lancang-Mekong economic information co-op with Thai institutions

    Xinhua Silk Road on Wednesday established economic information cooperation with three institutions in Thailand, with the aim to strengthen Sino-Thai information connectivity under the BRI.


  • Thai-Chinese Rayong Industrial zone enters "fast lane"

    The Thai-Chinese Rayong Industrial Zone has already entered the "fast development lane", said Xu Genluo, President of Rayong Industrial Zone.


  • Direct flight to link Sanya, Bangkok

    A direct air route will begin on Friday night between Sanya, a resort city of south China's Hainan Province and Bangkok, capital of Thailand, according to local authorities.


  • Feature: Thailand strives to connect Belt and Road Initiative with its Eastern Economic Corridor

    Strong economic foundation of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and Thailand (CLMVT) will lead to a stronger ASEAN will be beneficial to all countries.


  • NW. China's Gansu opens first designated port for fruit and chilled aquatic product imports

    The first designated port for imported fruit and chilled aquatic products in Northwest China's Gansu Province was official opened in the provincial capital Lanzhou, according to Lanzhou customs.


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