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  • Srithai plans bigger role in Malaysia

    01 Feb 2015 : Rapidly expanding Srithai Superware Plc has tied up with a Malaysian company in its latest investment venture and will use Kota Baharu as its gateway into Malaysia.

  • UN predicts more tourists in 2015

    01 Feb 2015 : Oil prices at an unprecedented low will provide an incentive for more people to pack their bags and travel abroad this year, the United Nations tourism agency says.

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  • insurance

    Muang Thai eyes 18% growth

    27 Jan 2015 : Muang Thai Life Assurance expects its total premiums to grow by at least 18% this year, supported by rising awareness of life protection products as Thai society ages.

  • revenue

    Treasury boss sets one year for decision on land projects

    27 Jan 2015 : Chakkrit Parapuntakul, newly appointed director-general of the Treasury Department, has vowed to make clear decisions within one year about whether to move forward with the department's 10 large-scale projects.

  • energy

    ADB allots $85m for wind farm

    27 Jan 2015 : The Asian Development Bank has signed an agreement to provide a local-currency loan of up to 1.8 billion baht (US$55.2 million) plus $30 million from the ADB-administered Clean Technology Fund to Chaiyaphum Wind Farm Co to develop a wind power plant in the northeastern province.

  • HEALTH CARE

    LDC Dental to attain 40 branches by 2017

    27 Jan 2015 : Saraburi: LDC Dental Plc plans nearly to double the number of its clinics to 40 by 2017.

  • investment

    Time to take more risks, says TMBAM

    27 Jan 2015 : TMB Asset Management (TMBAM) suggests investors diversify to higher-risk assets at a time of falling interest rates stemming from new monetary easing by the European Central Bank (ECB).

  • SET down 10.02 points to 1,588.31

    26 Jan 2015 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went down 10.02 points, or 0.63%, to close at 1,588.31 points today.

  • AirAsia scraps fuel surcharge

    26 Jan 2015 : Malaysia's budget airline AirAsia Group announced that it is abolishing its fuel surcharge effective today for all group airlines following the drop in global crude oil prices.

  • Japanese rice is 'new, safe luxury food'

    26 Jan 2015 : First it was European infant formula, then New Zealand milk. Now Chinese consumers are adding Japanese rice to the list of everyday foods they will bring in from abroad at luxury-good prices because they fear the local alternatives are not safe.

  • EVA to offer 'Hello Kitty' flights

    26 Jan 2015 : SINGAPORE — Taiwanese airlines EVA Air has decided, after "overwhelming demand" for seats on test charters, to deploy “Hello Kitty”-themed jets permanently for the connection between Singapore and Taipei.

  • Major rehabilitation plans for THAI

    26 Jan 2015 : Debt-burdened Thai Airways International (THAI) will not need to declare bankruptcy because the government is supporting it, but it must undergo major rehabilitation including some asset sales, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Monday.

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