Philips wins ‘Best in KLAS’ award for its Vendor-Agnostic Image Viewer Vue Motion

February 11, 2021 Philips Vendor-Agnostic Image Viewer (Vue Motion) wins KLAS Research ‘Best in KLAS’ award in Universal Viewer (Imaging) segment Philips Image Management software (Vue PACS) and Philips EMR (Tasy) also recognized as top performers in multiple markets Philips AI-enabled enterprise informatics portfolio reinforces company’s commitment to enhancing remote clinical collaboration, enabling healthcare providers […]

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Bombardier Reports Full Year 2020 Financial Results, Provides 2021 Guidance and Outlines Actions to Drive Profitability and Productivity

2020 revenues from Business Aircraft activities reached $5.6 billion, growing 3% year-over-year on 114 deliveries, 44 of which were in the fourth quarter, including a record 16 Global 7500 aircraft deliveries 2020 adjusted EBITDA(1) of $200 million from continuing operations; $912 million of reported EBIT, reflects the accounting gains on disposal of the CRJ and aerostructures businesses Fourth […]

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Labour Minister Assigns Assistant to Commence “Friendly Labour Relation” Meeting with Labour Organizations in Chonburi

 The Labour Minister assigned his Assistant to commence the “Friendly Labour Relations” meeting with labour organizations in Chonburi, to strengthen good labour relations in a crisis. The meeting also aimed to solve problems in sustainable ways, following the “MOL Agenda to Unite Thailand and Build the Nation Year 2021” policy.    On February 10, 2021, Labour Minister […]

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Guidelines for Issuing Non-immigrant Visa M and Official Visa F

In light of the changing global media landscape, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand has revised guidelines for issuing non-immigrant visa category “M” (media visa) for foreign journalists and correspondents and official visa category “F” for official media working in Thailand for a minimum of 90 days.   According to the Ministry of Foreign […]

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Nine rebel Kao Klai MPs refuse to join party’s bid to amend lèse majesté law

Nine of the opposition Kao Klai party’s MPs have refused to sign up in support of the party’s proposed amendments to the country’s lèse majesté law. 44 MPs, led by party leader Pita Limjaroenrat have, however, agreed to support bill, which seeks to reduce the penalties for breaches of the lèse majesté law. The nine […]

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Two 11th century Khmer lintels to return to Thailand from the US in March

Two ancient Khmer ornate stone lintels, on display at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, which were smuggled out of Thailand about five decades ago, are expected to be returned to Thailand in March. A statement from the North California attorney’s office, issued yesterday (local time), quoted David L. Anderson, a special investigator for […]

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Thailand discovers naturally carbonated water fountain in Kanchanaburi

Thailand’s Department of Groundwater Resources has discovered an underground, highly carbonated and drinkable water source in Kanchanaburi province. The department’s director-general, Sakda Wichiensilp, said that this is the first of its kind to be discovered in Thailand. He said that the fizzy water even tastes slightly sweet. The department discovered the carbonated water during the […]

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