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13 Dec 2013 : Thai stocks slid 1.1% on Friday as investors warily eyed local political tensions, while others moved to the sidelines ahead of next week's US Federal Reserve meeting.
13 Dec 2013 : Technology giant Apple Inc has agreed to pay an undisclosed amount of money for allowing five smartpone applications to use content from eight Thai news providers without permission.
15 Oct 2013 : The Commerce Ministry dusted off a plan to register gold shops nationwide with the Internal Trade Department in a fresh move to curb speculative trading.
15 Oct 2013 : A new annual automotive trade fair is set to join an already busy calendar in Bangkok next year.
15 Oct 2013 : Krungthai Bank (KTB) has set an aggressive loan growth target for small and medium-sized subcontractors of 5 billion baht annually over the next two years, anticipating a significant boost from the government's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure plan.
15 Oct 2013 : CHA-AM : Thanachart Bank, Thailand's sixth-largest lender by assets, will focus on high-yielding financial products to improve profitability.
15 Oct 2013 : The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) approved the network rental rates yesterday for digital TV, with MCOT Plc offering the highest and Thai PBS the lowest.
15 Oct 2013 : InTouch, the parent firm of mobile leader AIS, outlined its plan to expand its digital television business by positioning itself as a "TV channel manager" rather than a "broadcaster".
15 Oct 2013 : Two companies are queued up to seek listing on the Market for Alternative Investment (MAI), a sign that the initial public offering (IPO) trend is thriving.
14 Oct 2013 : Transport Minister Chadchart Suttipunt ordered The State Railway of Thailand on Monday to revive the old Ratchathani Hotel at Hua Lamphong station in a drive to generate revenue for the cash-strapped agency.
14 Oct 2013 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went up 2.06 points, or 0.14%, to close at 1,459.84 points at the end of trading session this afternoon. The trade value was 32.42 billion baht, with 8.13 billion shares traded.
14 Oct 2013 : China CNR Corp led gains in shares of Chinese companies that build and supply equipment for railways on speculation they will win contracts for the construction of Thailand’s high-speed train system.
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