Cod Satrusayang

Cod Satrusayang is the Editor-in-Chief of Thai Enquirer.
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Four pressing questions after Future Forward dissolution

Thailand's Constitutional Court on Friday ruled to dissolve the Future Forward Party lending an air of uncertainty to the political future of...

Background: Future Forward loan case and the key facts

Thailand's Constitutional Court will rule on Friday the legality of a loan given to the Future Forward Party by its leader Thanathorn...

IATA says airlines in the Asia Pacific region stand to lose nearly $30 billion in revenue due to coronavirus

The International Air Transport Association said on Friday that airlines in the Asia Pacific region could lose $27.8 billion in revenue loss...

Constitutional Court set to rule on Future Forward loan case

Thailand's Constitutional Court is set to rule on Friday over a loan case involving the Future Forward Party that could see the...

Central Group IPO fails to excite a market downtrodden by poor sentiment and a bleak economic outlook

Thailand's biggest retailer Central Group's nearly 78 billion baht flotation of its retail unit on Thursday has failed to excite the market...

Parliament rejects Future Forward motion to establish anti-coup committee

Thailand's parliament on Thursday rejected a motion put forward by Future Forward to establish a committee that studies ways to prevent future...

Thailand’s Constitutional Court orders revision of abortion law paving way for reproductive rights

Thailand's Constitutional Court on Wednesday ruled that Article 301 of the country's Criminal Code, which criminalizes abortion in many instances, must be...

Wuhan evacuees pass quarantine, to return home Wednesday

137 Thai citizens evacuated from Wuhan by the government will return home on Wednesday after passing their 14-day quarantine, government officials said....

A coronavirus-inspired Chinese travel ban would hurt Thailand’s working class

Theerapol Saetung doesn’t really sleep. He closes his food stall at the Patpong night market around midnight before rushing to the Klongtoey...

Shooting in Bangkok mall leaves one dead, one injured, police say

One person is dead and another injured after a shooting at a Bangkok mall, police said on Tuesday.

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OPINION: Independent filmmakers need more support from the government

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