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  • automobiles

    Thai unit's transmissions go to Mazda plants worldwide

    26 Jan 2015 : Mazda Powertrain Manufacturing Thailand (MPMT), a new arm of Mazda Motor Corporation, will supply the Japanese car maker's global production facilities as they cope with growing demand for automatic transmissions.

  • motorcycles

    AP Honda upbeat on sales

    15 Jan 2015 : AP Honda Co, the local distributor of Honda motorcycles, expects sales to edge up by 2.5% to 1.39 million units on the country's anticipated economic recovery.

  • Investment

    Bond market outflow to continue

    14 Jan 2015 : The Thai Bond Market Association (TBMA) expects the capital outflow will continue this year on projections that interest rates in the US will rise in the second half.

  • Eco-cars set to drive output

    12 Jan 2015 : Thailand's car production is expected to hit 3.8 million units a year in 2019 from 2.8 million now, fuelled by new output from 10 second-phase eco-car projects, predicts Siam Commercial Bank's research house.

  • delivery service

    Thailand Post taps e-market

    12 Jan 2015 : Thailand Post has set an aggressive revenue growth target of 30% over the next five years, helped by the burgeoning e-commerce market that is boosting its express delivery business.

  • Berli Jucker’s Metro deal stalls

    09 Jan 2015 : An attempt by Berli Jucker Plc (BJC) to buy Metro Group’s cash-and-carry unit in Vietnam was aborted yesterday after its shareholders voted unanimously to reject the €655-million (25 billion baht) deal.

  • Stock market opens with a thud

    06 Jan 2015 : The Thai bourse greeted the new year by taking a nosedive, dipping 0.96% or 14.42 points to close at 1,483.25 in thin trade worth 29.72 billion baht. 

  • logistics

    Chep eyes 30% market share

    05 Jan 2015 : Chep (Thailand) Ltd, a pallet and container pooling service provider, plans to double its market share in Thailand in the next couple of years.

  • automobiles

    Mazda sees Thailand as global base

    24 Dec 2014 : Japanese car maker Mazda Motor Corporation is set to deploy its Thai factory as the group's second global production base, mainly for pickup trucks and eco-cars.

  • MOTORCYCLES

    AP Honda sees tepid sales

    23 Dec 2014 : The motorcycle market is likely to grow by just 2-3% in 2015 as purchasing power remains weak, says AP Honda Co, the local distributor of Honda motorcycles.

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