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28 Feb 2015 : SET-listed Central Plaza Hotel Plc (CENTEL) achieved consolidated revenue of 18.3 billion baht for 2014, up by 4.7%, as the prolonged political impasse that started in late 2013 stunted growth, says chairman Suthikiati Chirathivat.
28 Feb 2015 : SET-listed Thai Union Frozen Products Plc (TUF) will raise funds through a new share issue totalling US$400 million.
18 Feb 2015 : RAYONG - The chief of the Khao Laem Ya-Mu Koh Samet National Park has given the owners of the Rayong Resort 30 days to demolish their pier, which stretches about 380m into the sea.
18 Feb 2015 : New Zealand and Australia have announced they will import fresh lychees and longan from Thailand beginning this year, says Science and Technology Minister Pichet Durongkaveroj.
18 Feb 2015 : Traditional Thai retail businesses are expected to stay afloat, but their market share is likely to drop over the next five years as e-commerce proliferates.
18 Feb 2015 : M-Link Asia Corporation Plc, a diversified investment company, will attempt a strategic turnaround this year with new businesses in power plants, leasing and transportation.
18 Feb 2015 : SET-listed developer SC Asset Corporation Plc will focus on Greater Bangkok for now, with the provincial market unlikely to recover until 2017.
18 Feb 2015 : Spring News Corporation, the operator of Spring News Channel, plans to spend 240 million baht this year to enhance its content and expand existing studios on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in Bangkok.
18 Feb 2015 : Condo developer Origin Property Plc will continue to tap the middle to lower-end segment in the eastern Bangkok zone amid strong demand among blue-collar Thai workers and Japanese buyers.
printing & packaging
18 Feb 2015 : Thailand's printing and packaging industry expects to see flat domestic growth this year.
18 Feb 2015 : Microsoft Corp has launched low-end smartphones powered by Windows 8.1 in Thailand for the first time to compete with Chinese players gaining significant market share.
18 Feb 2015 : HONG KONG: Average new home prices in China's major cities fell for the ninth straight month in January but showed some signs of stabilising in the top cities in a small sign that the worst may be over for the ailing property sector.
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