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  • Panasonic to end TV production

    31 Jan 2015 : OSAKA — Panasonic Corp has decided to stop making televisions in China as part of its measures to turn around the money-losing business, sources close to the matter said on Saturday.

  • Sommai: Handouts inevitable

    31 Jan 2015 : The government's planned 100-billion-baht scheme to ease low-income earners' financial burden will focus on job creation but inevitably include cash handouts, says Finance Minister Sommai Phasee.

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  • Mekong countries plan $30bn links

    20 Dec 2014 : Six countries along the Mekong River have approved spending $30 billion (986 billion baht) on development projects, mainly focused on linking one another over the next 10 years.

  • Attack could cost Sony $500m

    20 Dec 2014 : LOS ANGELES - The devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures could see the Hollywood studio lose hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue and incur massive recovery costs, experts say.

  • Prayut, Li strike railway accord

    20 Dec 2014 : Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will visit China on Monday to further improve ties between the two countries after they struck a long-awaited deal to develop a dual-track railway in Thailand on Friday.


    Power Solution makes impressive debut on MAI

    20 Dec 2014 : Shares of Power Solution Technology (PSTC), a power supplier and renewable energy operator, hit a ceiling of 200% on its opening day yesterday, indicating that investors' appetite for new shares remains strong despite a recent slide in Thai stocks.

  • Rice stocks to clear in 3 years

    20 Dec 2014 : The government has vowed to dispose of the 17 million tonnes left in its rice stockpile over the next two or three years through domestic sales as well as exports.


    BBL seeking 3-4% growth

    20 Dec 2014 : Bangkok Bank (BBL), the country's largest lender by assets, conservatively aims to see its lending grow at the same pace as next year's economic growth of 3-4%, a high-ranking executive says.


    Oil price dip, megaprojects to guide 2015

    20 Dec 2014 : Leading Thai businessmen see purchasing power improving by 5-6% on average as the economy recovers.


    ADB: Growth from reform, right policies

    20 Dec 2014 : The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has slashed Thailand's economic growth to 4% next year from 4.5% previously, while Bangkok Bank (BBL) forecasts growth of 3-4% for 2015.

  • TUF buys Bumble Bee Seafoods

    20 Dec 2014 : SET-listed Thai Union Frozen Products Plc (TUF), the world's top exporter of canned and frozen tuna and shrimp, is buying US rival Bumble Bee Seafoods for US$1.51 billion.


    BJC president offers views on new year, AEC impact

    20 Dec 2014 : Berli Jucker Plc (BJC), an SET-listed retail and trading company, expects better performance next year as consumer confidence improves, says president Aswin Techajareonvikul.

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