Medical students of Bangkok's Chulalongkorn University (CU) pay their last respect to 295 human cadavers as they are placed in coffins during a ceremony on Wednesday. The rite, hosted by CU and Poh Teck Tung Foundation, is to let second-year students express their gratitude to those who donated their bodies ...
PRIME MINSTER Prayut Chan-o-cha, aware of the damage corruption causes, made anti-fraud measures one of the national priorities for both the public and private sectors. Thai private company leaders can fast-track anti-fraud programmes, reducing risk to their bottom line, which addresses a government priority.
AS CORPORATES look eastward, one would realise that the Asia Pacific region is sprawling and is made up of many countries with differing monetary policy regimes. Several are still imposing some form of foreign exchange or capital controls.