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  • Gold prices stable at to B19,100

    15 Jan 2015 : The Gold Traders Association this morning announced buying prices at 18,722.60 baht per baht-weight for gold ornaments and 19,000 baht per baht-weight for gold bar.

  • politics

    Pitipong sure EU won't apply sanctions

    15 Jan 2015 : The Agriculture Ministry is confident the European Union (EU) will not impose fishing trade sanctions against Thailand as the country has made progress in tackling labour abuses in the industry.

  • motorcycles

    AP Honda upbeat on sales

    15 Jan 2015 : AP Honda Co, the local distributor of Honda motorcycles, expects sales to edge up by 2.5% to 1.39 million units on the country's anticipated economic recovery.

  • Few want to head TOT

    15 Jan 2015 : TOT Plc might extend the application deadline for the position of president another month if it cannot find a qualified candidate, according to a source from the selection committee.

  • FINANCE

    SME Bank set to open spigots

    15 Jan 2015 : The state-owned Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand (SME Bank) has set a new-loan target of 40 billion baht this year, aimed at injecting liquidity into small business amid a tepid economic recovery.

  • ENERGY

    Govt mulls NRC vote on oil concession bid

    15 Jan 2015 : The government is undecided whether to heed the National Reform Council's (NRC) opposition to the 21st petroleum concession bidding, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said yesterday.

  • commerce

    Six products face price cuts

    15 Jan 2015 : Prices of six consumer products are likely to be cut by 5% on average from tomorrow in light of falling oil prices.

  • economy

    First-quarter growth will hit 4%, says Pridiyathorn

    15 Jan 2015 : Domestic consumption prompted by falling oil prices and improving private investment will drive economic growth to 4% in the first quarter, says Deputy Prime Minister MR Pridiyathorn Devakula.

  • commodities

    Chatchai kicks off roadshow in Hong Kong

    15 Jan 2015 : The government will hold a series of international roadshows in coming months, including in India and Russia, in a bid to speed up sales of Thai rice and other farm products.

  • Provinces losing lustre as sales fall

    15 Jan 2015 : Lower-than-expected sales and sluggish economic prospects have prompted several Bangkok-based property firms to shelve expansion plans in the provinces.

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