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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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  • agriculture

    State rice auction to be lively

    23 Jan 2015 : The year's first bid for about 1 million tonnes of the government's rice stocks scheduled for next week is expected to see an active response from potential buyers thanks to strong demand.

  • investment

    Bourse aims to list socially responsible companies

    23 Jan 2015 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) plans to have 35-40 listed companies on a list of prime performers on environmental, social and governance aspects, paving the way for the launch of a sustainability index next year.

  • SET gains on bets of ECB's bond move

    23 Jan 2015 : Thai shares surged 1.49% yesterday on a buying spree ahead of the European Central Bank's (ECB) meeting as investors bet it would unveil quantitative easing measures, luring capital inflows to the local bourse.

  • Official: Oil price has bottomed

    23 Jan 2015 : A key energy policymaker says oil prices have reached a floor, and he expects a consolidation phase as crude settles into a range of US$40-50 a barrel.


    Thailand to remain hub, says analyst

    23 Jan 2015 : Thailand will carry on as the regional manufacturing hub over the next five years, driven by positive factors such as the second phase of the eco-car scheme, according to research firm Frost & Sullivan.


    Sena launching 11 projects after scaled-back 2014

    23 Jan 2015 : SET-listed developer Sena Development Plc plans to launch 11 new residential projects worth a combined 10 billion baht in 2015 as it grows confident of better market sentiment.

  • energy

    WEH to go ahead with listing plan

    23 Jan 2015 : Wind Energy Holding Co (WEH), Thailand's leading renewable energy company, said yesterday it would proceed with its plan to be listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). However, the company will try to adjust its proportion of shareholders in an effort to clean up its murky image before listing.

  • Merger of units set to boost CK

    23 Jan 2015 : SET-listed Ch. Karnchang Plc (CK), Thailand's second-largest construction firm, expects the merger of its two subsidiaries will help to boost its financial situation.

  • energy

    CKP to buy 30% stake in Xayaburi Power

    23 Jan 2015 : SET-listed power producer CK Power (CKP) has agreed to buy a 30% stake in Xayaburi Power (XPCL) from its parent firm, Ch. Karnchang (CK), and the rights offering of XPCL in order to maintain its shareholding in the Laos power plant, says managing director Supamas Trivisvavet. The purchases are worth 5.51 billion baht in total.

  • Rankings

    Bangkok rock bottom in 300-city economic survey

    23 Jan 2015 : Bangkok was the worst economic performer last year among 300 cities worldwide ranked by the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase, according to a report out yesterday.

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