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  • Gold climbs as China demand picks up

    28 Feb 2015 : Gold prices rose by 150 baht per baht weight at its opening in Bangkok on Saturday.

  • hotelsCentel revenue up, profit down

    28 Feb 2015 : SET-listed Central Plaza Hotel Plc (CENTEL) achieved consolidated revenue of 18.3 billion baht for 2014, up by 4.7%, as the prolonged political impasse that started in late 2013 stunted growth, says chairman Suthikiati Chirathivat.

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  • Car sales plunge, motorcycles up

    25 Feb 2015 : Domestic car sales have yet to recover, prompting businesses to repeat their calls for the government to rev up infrastructure development and budget disbursement to spur the economy and consumption.

  • telecoms

    Per-second mobile deals 'cost more'

    25 Feb 2015 : The chair of the National Reform Council's (NRC) consumer protection panel has claimed that the new per-second basis packages of mobile operators will be more expensive than the current per-minute ones.

  • NBTC: Remove 'unlimited'

    25 Feb 2015 : The national telecom regulator is forcing all mobile operators to remove the word "unlimited" from their data plans in order to address misleading and deceptive marketing practices in mobile data services.

  • TELECOMMUNICATIONS

    Regulator confirms delay in 4G auctions

    25 Feb 2015 : The national telecommunications regulator has confirmed that the planned auctions for the fourth-generation (4G) spectrum will definitely be postponed due to a delay in forming the national digital economy committee.

  • Revenue

    Land and buildings tax rate set for cuts

    25 Feb 2015 : The Finance Ministry is contemplating a reduction in the maximum rates of the land and buildings tax in a bid to soothe people's nerves.

  • tourism & aviation

    TAT jittery over crisis in euro zone 

    25 Feb 2015 : The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is concerned the lingering economic downturn in Europe will affect tourism arrival and revenue targets this year.

  • Govt calls time out on oil, gas bids

    25 Feb 2015 : Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has decided to delay for three months a new round of bidding for concessions for oil and gas exploration until related laws have been amended. 

  • equities

    Emerging markets may benefit from global woes

    25 Feb 2015 : CIMB-Principal Asset Management expects near-zero global interest rates and plummeting oil prices will continue throughout 2015 during a time of low inflation, resulting in continuing growth of stock markets in emerging regions.

  • Class actions 'help investors'

    25 Feb 2015 : A long-awaited draft bill on class actions, which allow an individual investor to represent a group who suffered financial loss in filing a lawsuit against stock manipulators and companies for their misconduct, is expected to take effect this year.

  • survey

    SMEs 'lack understanding of Asean economic integration'

    25 Feb 2015 : Despite Asean economic integration coming closer, Thai businesses are still short of in-depth understanding about it, says a survey by the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC).

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