Cod Satrusayang

Cod Satrusayang is the Editor-in-Chief of Thai Enquirer.
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Future Forward says court does not have the right to dissolve party; Korn’s new party may reap benefits

Thailand's opposition Future Forward Party said on Tuesday that Thailand's Constitutional Court does not have a right to dissolve the party.

One more confirmed coronavirus case in Thailand as quarantine numbers drop

Thailand's Ministry of Public Health on Monday said that it had discovered one more case of coronavirus bringing the country's total tally...

General Motors to divest from Thailand, cut 1,500 jobs

General Motors said on Monday that it plans to cut around 1,500 jobs from its Thailand operations and that it will begin...

Japan’s GDP falls most since 2014 setting off market fears around the region

Japan's economy contracted by the most in five years according to figures released Monday as a sluggish global economy and the introduction...

Infected total tops 70,000 as analyst say the world must act to prevent pandemic

The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus rose above 70,000 over the weekend as global health experts warn that the world...

Thai health worker infected with coronavirus

A Thai health worker has been diagnosed with coronavirus, the first time a medical professional has contracted the disease, officials said on...

Thailand’s political immaturity means its 5G network could be compromised without debate

On Sunday, Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission will auction off the country’s 5G spectrum to local telecommunication companies. AIS, DTAC, True,...

[Exclusive] Thai health officials say they will be able to control coronavirus outbreak if no ‘outside factors’ change

Thai officials are confident they can keep the coronavirus outbreak under control in Thailand if current conditions hold, a public health official...

Coronavirus toll climbs in China setting off fears Beijing may have underreported cases

Health officials and Chinese state media said on Thursday that 242 people died in the past 24 hours from coronavirus, the largest...

Mythbusting the coronavirus; dispelling myths and rumours surrounding the outbreak

The coronavirus has killed over 1,000 people to date and infected nearly 45,000 people around the world across 24 countries and territories....

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Anti-government protests held on college campuses across Thailand; fifth straight day of student protests

Anti-government protests continued on college campuses across the country on Wednesday as students called for the Prayut Chan-ocha government to step down....

Thailand confirms 3 new coronavirus cases; total now at 40

Thailand has confirmed three more coronavirus cases on Wednesday, with all three patients belonging to the same family, Sukhum Kanchanapimai, Permanent Secretary...

Thai economy shielded from political tensions so far

Rising political tensions within the parliament and universities’ walls has yet to add to Thailand’s economic woes, but it may already be...

SET falls below 1400

Thai shares plunged by another 42 points, or 2.92 per cent, on Wednesday morning following a huge drop of 59 points on...

OPINION: Independent filmmakers need more support from the government

For young people in Thailand, independent film is a relatively new phenomenon. Not until “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives”...