Daily Archives: April 22, 2019

SIMEX (OTC: ARGB), an infrastructure software platform

LAS VEGAS, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — President of SIMEX Inc., Vassili Oxenuk says: “Today, we can see the number of platforms called crypto exchanges has exceeded any reasonable…

Smooth By-Elections At 6 Polling Stations But Lower Voter Turnout – EC Thailand

BANGKOK, The by-elections at six polling stations in five provinces in Thailand ran smoothly on Sunday, however, the voter turnout was below 50 per cent, said the country’s Election Commission…

Cambodian, Thai Leaders Mark Reopening of Rail Link

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA The leaders of Cambodia and Thailand met Monday at the Thai border town of Aranyaprathet to mark the ceremonial reopening of a rail link that will restore…

Taiwan Seeks to Rein In Freewheeling Media with Tougher Anti-Fake News Laws

TAIPEI A Taiwan television network quoted a farmer last month saying the price of pomelos was so low last year that he threw 1.2 million kilograms of the grapefruit-like produce…

FC Bayern Opens 1st African Soccer School in Ethiopia

WASHINGTON German champion football club Bayern Munich has signed an agreement to open its first soccer school in Africa, locating it in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.FC Bayern Munich told VOA’s Horn…

Qatari oil giant provides Thailand with naphtha in 10-year deal

DOHA. Qatar Petroleum said in a statement on Sunday that it had concluded a 10-year sales agreement to supply Thailand’s SCG Chemicals with a total of 3 million metric tons…

Qatari oil giant provides Thailand with naphtha in 10-year deal

DOHA. Qatar Petroleum said in a statement on Sunday that it had concluded a 10-year sales agreement to supply Thailand’s SCG Chemicals with a total of 3 million metric tons…

From King’s Coronation to Commoners, Astrology in Thailand is Everywhere

BANGKOK Pondering whether her job is the right fit and whether her romantic relationship is meant to be, Jarunun Sangjun, 27, does what any typical Thai would do: seek out…

Dumping Plastic Waste in Asia Found Destroying Crops and Health

KUALA LUMPUR The world’s recyclable plastic is being shipped to Asia where it is illegally dumped, buried or burned in the country with the lightest regulations, environmentalists warned on Tuesday…