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27 Feb 2015 : Thai builders, laggards in Southeast Asia the past two years, are poised to rally as the government boosts infrastructure spending to spur the economy, according to UOB Kay Hian Securities (Thailand) Co
27 Feb 2015 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand's main index was flat at noon on Friday, up 0.01 point to 1,593.56.
26 Feb 2015 : The bubble is likely to pop in the Thai stock market, whose price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is at a high of 15, and the proportion could climb further as listed companies' earnings growth slows, says one analyst.
26 Feb 2015 : Rukluke Learning Group (RLG), a media group focusing on parenting and family content, expects sales growth of 15% to 560 million baht this year on its business restructuring.
26 Feb 2015 : SET-listed Thai Rung Union Car Plc (TRU), a vehicle assembler and auto-parts maker, is bullish about its prospects after sales fell by 27% last year amid a sluggish domestic market.
26 Feb 2015 : SET-listed property developer Pace Development Corporation expects retail revenue from Dean & DeLuca, a US-based upscale gourmet grocer it recently acquired, will contribute half its net profit by 2018.
26 Feb 2015 : LONDON - HSBC bosses on Wednesday apologised for "unacceptable" failings at the banking giant's Swiss division when they were grilled by British MPs over allegations it had helped rich clients dodge taxes.
26 Feb 2015 : SAO PAULO - Shares in Brazilian oil giant Petrobras fell nearly six percent Wednesday after ratings agency Moody's downgraded the scandal-plagued company for the fourth time in as many months.
25 Feb 2015 : SINGAPORE — Takeda Pharmaceutical Co, Japan's largest drug company, has expanded its Singapore operations by relocating its emerging markets business unit to the city-state from Zurich, executives said at an inauguration ceremony Wednesday.
25 Feb 2015 : Vietnam has scaled down the construction plan for a new airport to serve Ho Chi Minh City by building only one runway instead of two.
25 Feb 2015 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand's main index fell by 0.58% or 9.33 points to 1,589.33 on Wednesday.
25 Feb 2015 : SYDNEY — Australia plans to charge fees to foreign nationals buying residential property and fine those who break foreign investment laws in an attempt to cool one of the world's hottest property markets, but experts doubt it will make housing more affordable.
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