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  • hotelsCentel revenue up, profit down

    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.

  • TUF seeks funds to acquire Bumble Bee

    28 Feb 2015 : SET-listed Thai Union Frozen Products Plc (TUF) will raise funds through a new share issue totalling US$400 million.

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  • beverages

    Doi Chaang to add 100 outlets

    12 Jan 2015 : After gaining a strong foothold in the local market, Doi Chaang Coffee House Co will speed up expansion by opening 100 new outlets this year and having a presence in all Asean countries over the next five years.

  • infrastructure

    Tasco sees projects' push for asphalt

    12 Jan 2015 : SET-listed Tipco Asphalt Plc (TASCO), the country's biggest asphalt producer, expects sales volume to grow by 26% this year, driven by domestic infrastructure projects.

  • COMMENTARY: Tanyatorn Tongwaranan

    Forget pricing: focus on air safety

    12 Jan 2015 : Air travel is by far the safest mode of transport, statistically speaking, which is why any accident is a cause for great sorrow. But even as we mourn the loss of 162 lives on AirAsia Flight QZ8501, we have to ask some hard questions.

  • Taking stock in Manila

    12 Jan 2015 : The spacious room where I was scheduled to meet my distinguished visitor from the Philippines was packed with conference delegates gathered for light refreshments during a coffee break. Among that busy crowd, a calm, earnest man in a pinstriped charcoal suit smiled brightly when we were introduced.

  • Pepsi's Power of One

    12 Jan 2015 : The regional food and beverage industry has been highly dynamic in recent years with acquisitions, sales of brands to competitors, and announcements of massive investments by companies seeking to expand their presence both at home and abroad.

  • Sikhs up in arms against sect leader turned screen superhero

    12 Jan 2015 : Parts of northern India are on the boil over the release of MSG (Messenger of God), a film that portrays the controversial head of the Dera Sacha Sauda religious sect as a superhero who beats to a pulp criminals involved in trafficking of drugs and women. The sect, according to "godman" Gurmeet Ram Rahim, has more than 50 million members and has ashrams in 11 states of India.

  • The Enemy Within

    12 Jan 2015 : Pakistan has been waging a war against extremist elements ever since former president and military chief Pervez Musharraf decided to join with the United States and its allies to fight against terrorists in Afghanistan. It did not take long before the militants started breeding within Pakistan itself and striking against the military and civilians.

  • COMMENTARY

    The next Chinese economy

    12 Jan 2015 : After more than 30 years of extraordinary growth, the Chinese economy is shifting onto a more conventional development path — and a difficult rebalancing is under way, affecting nearly every aspect of the economy.

  • Bridging the Gap

    Career planning and engaged employees

    12 Jan 2015 : 'Coach Kriengsak, we recently completed an employee engagement survey, and one area where we did poorly in the eyes of our staff was career opportunities," Niwat tells me. "To resolve that, we need to have more discussions with our people about their careers. I plan to do that with my 10 direct reports and I'd like to use our session today to prepare for that."

  • by invitation

    Oh dear, now they want to tax our love

    12 Jan 2015 : Together with the widely criticised draft inheritance tax, the cabinet has submitted to the National Legislative Assembly another far less noticed draft law amending certain sections of the Revenue Code.

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