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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.

  • advertisingGoogle eyes burgeoning digital revenue in 2015

    31 Jan 2015 : Exponential growth in mobile internet users will drive digital advertising to become a mainstream marketing platform this year, with industry-leading performance and unprecedented growth, says Google (Thailand).

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  • Thai banks chase regional dreams as domestic lending boom fades

    03 Dec 2014 : Thailand's big banks are hitching a ride on the caravan of Thai companies departing for new growth centres in the Greater Mekong region, which includes Myanmar and southern China, as a chill in retail lending drives them to look outward for long-term growth.

  • Australia's economy slows as private investment weakens

    03 Dec 2014 : Australia's economy slowed more than expected in the third quarter, dragged down by falling private investment, data showed Wednesday, in another sign of the nation's rocky transition away from mining-led growth.


    Cabinet puts VAT hike on hold

    03 Dec 2014 : The cabinet has delayed approving an increase in value-added tax (VAT) in a bid to allay private sector concerns.

  • Asiatique leads TCC's B12.2bn splash

    03 Dec 2014 : TCC Land, a property company owned by liquor tycoon Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, plans to spend 12.2 billion baht to revamp existing malls and expand new retail businesses and hotels over five years.


    Toshiba sets $1bn budget

    03 Dec 2014 : Tokyo-based electronics maker Toshiba Corporation is boosting its exposure in Southeast Asia with an investment budget of US$1 billion.

  • Investment

    Demco stock plunges in wake of Nopporn scandal

    03 Dec 2014 : Shareholders of SET-listed construction company Demco saw their investment value drop by 17% at one point yesterday in panic selling after the largest shareholder of an associate firm was reportedly involved in a scandal linked to former Central Investigation Bureau chief Pol Lt Gen Pongpat Chayapan.

  • LPG price increases after subsidy ends

    03 Dec 2014 : The seven-year subsidy scheme for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) ends today following approval yesterday by the Energy Policy Administration Committee.

  • KTC RSVPs to attend your wedding ceremony

    03 Dec 2014 : Credit-card leader Krungthai Card Plc (KTC) plans a serious penetration of the wedding market as it looks to add more value for cardholders amid fierce business competition next year.


    SGP reports mixed results

    03 Dec 2014 : Siamgas and Petrochemicals Plc (SGP), an SET-listed cooking gas firm, has posted a 4% quarter-on-quarter increase in third-quarter net profit.

  • industry

    SCG sees Asean as its salvation

    03 Dec 2014 : Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand's leading industrial conglomerate, expects Asean markets to compensate for a lack of domestic demand.

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