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  • Ministry to help firms prepare for the AEC

    13 Dec 2014 : The Commerce Ministry hopes to work closely with local businesses to help them cope with the imminent regional economic integration.

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    Annual growth 'likely below 1%'

    13 Dec 2014 : The country's economic growth is likely to be below 1% this year, while next year's forecast of 4% remains an uphill challenge given dubious global economic recovery, says Kasikorn Research Center.

  • Plane returns after boiling water attack

    13 Dec 2014 : An AirAsia flight abruptly returned to Don Mueang airport after a Chinese passenger splashed a flight attendant with boiling water after she and her boyfriend found they had been allocated separate seats.

  • Prayut outlines graft-busting model

    12 Dec 2014 : Three major projects will be used as test cases for a government campaign to clamp down on corruption in state investments, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Friday.

  • Oil blackens European equities

    12 Dec 2014 : Oil prices tanked Friday to fresh five-year lows following a gloomy forecast for global crude demand and more weak Chinese economic data, sending European equities in a tailspin.

  • Thai AirAsia attendant scalded

    12 Dec 2014 : A Thai AirAsia flight to China returned to Bangkok after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant by tossing hot water at her, the airline said on Friday.

  • Asian shares mixed, oil prices tumble

    12 Dec 2014 : HONG KONG — Asian markets were mixed Friday at the end of a painful week for global shares, as strong US retail sales lifted spirits and Wall Street, while China released another batch of data indicating weakness in the world's number two economy.

  • SET ends second-worst week of 2014

    12 Dec 2014 : Thai stocks on Friday finished their second-worst week of the year, sinking another 0.8% as world oil prices continued to fall and concerns about economic growth mounted.

  • Prasert richest man on SET

    12 Dec 2014 : Prasert Prasarttong-osoth has been ranked the wealthiest man on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) for the second consecutive year, with publicly listed shares worth 57.91 billion baht, up 58.24% from the previous year.

  • Thai bonds extend rally

    12 Dec 2014 : Thai bonds rose for a sixth week on speculation the slowest inflation in five years will give the central bank room to cut interest rates and spur economic growth.

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