Daily Archives: September 24, 2020

Phoenix Software International Delivers Optional Software Development Kit for its Data Entry Software Suite

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Sept. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tomorrow, Friday, September 25, 2020, Phoenix Software International, Inc., will release an update to its web- and desktop-based data entry software suite, Entrypoint. The new release, Entrypoint 16.1, includes an optional software development kit (SDK), which allows developers to extend the core functionality of Entrypoint using […]

Philips expands peripheral vascular disease portfolio with the QuickClear mechanical thrombectomy system for blood clot removal

September 24, 2020 Powerfully simple thrombectomy solution provides physicians with an all-in-one, single-use aspiration catheter and pump system Intuitive design eliminates the need for capital equipment, with easy setup supporting faster procedures times Significantly smaller footprint provides the same or greater aspiration power as currently-available thrombectomy devices [1]       Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: […]

Thailand Highlights Public-Private Partnership in ASEAN’s Green Recovery

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai highlighted the opportunities for further public-private partnership in ASEAN’s green recovery, in his keynote opening remarks at the Sustainable Development Impact Summit (SDI Summit) in the session of “Financing ASEAN’s Green Recovery and the SGDs” on 22 September 2020. The session was co-organized by the World Economic

Thousands Protest in Thailand Over Delay of Constitutional Amendment

Thailand’s parliament voted Thursday to delay deciding on whether it will amend the country’s constitution, and anti-government protesters continued the daily demonstrations they have been staging for more than two months, calling for more democracy and reform of the monarchy. Rather than vote on the amendment, lawmakers dominated by government supporters opted to set up

Labour Minister Chairs MOL Anniversary for 2020

On September 23, 2020, at 07.00 hours, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin presided over the Buddhist monk ceremony for the Ministry of Labour’s prosperity on its 27th anniversary of the ceremony. The event also hosted a charity ceremony for former executives, civil servants, and workers of the Ministry of Labour. Deputy Labour Minister Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat, Permanent Secretary of

Deputy Labour Minister Discusses Employment to Support Thai Retailers

On September 23, 2020, Deputy Labour Minister Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat provided information about employment and hourly employment to the Executive Director of the Thai Retailers Association Mr. Pattana Sutirakulchai, and the committee, who attended the event to congratulate her on appointment to Deputy Labour Minister. The meeting also discussed employment issues, whereby Advisor to the Deputy Labour Minister

Cabinet Approves Long-Weekend Holidays to Stimulate the Economy

The Cabinet, during its meeting on 22 September 2020, approved long-weekend holidays in November and December on a special case to help stimulate the economy.   The decision was made following a proposal by Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam, who had invited representatives of the public and private sectors for discussions on the issue.  

Senators and MPs are set to vote on constitutional amendments this evening

Members of Thailand’s Parliament and senators are due to vote this evening on the six constitutional amendment motions, proposed by both the Government and Opposition, as protesters from the Free People Movement stage a rally outside Parliament to demand a rewrite of the charter.   Debate on the six motions, which began yesterday, and is

“Instead of amending the constitution, we should change people’s behaviour” – Senator Thawil

Senator Thawil Pliensri has suggested that instead of amending the constitution, we should change people’s behavior.   During the debate in Parliament today, the former National Security Council chief said he disagreed with amending the Constitution, given that about 16 billion baht of taxpayers’ money will have to be spent on holding three referenda, to