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1. learning | 19 Dec 2012
» Poor borrowers forced to sign blank contracts so loan sharks can increase size of loan & interest rate to as high as 1,095% per year (3% per day).
2. news | 21 Dec 2014
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» Leaders of the six Mekong basin countries have endorsed a one-trillion baht investment programme to finance new transport projects across the region.
3. news | 29 Dec 2014
» Some of the 1.6 billion baht stolen from King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) was channelled to a loan shark, Crime Suppression Division (CSD) investigators said as they dig deeper into the mass...
4. news | 09 Dec 2014
» About 3,400 small and medium companies with about two billion baht of debt in total have entered a loan compromise process to avoid being bankrupted.
5. learning | 11 Jul 2013
» Banks to pay 0.46% of deposits to help pay the 20 billion baht every year needed to reduce size of loan (loan principal).
6. learning | 06 Jan 2015
» Goal of single Asean market with gross domestic product (GDP) of $2.5 trillion & trade of $1 trillion will take many years, achieved gradually, step by step, sector by sector.
7. business | 11 Dec 2014
» Goldman Sachs, Wall Street's biggest dealmaker, has surpassed $1 trillion in mergers and acquisitions for a single year for the first time since the financial crisis.
8. business | 10 Jan 2015
» CIMB Thai Bank (CIMBT) has set a lower loan growth target for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) this year in response to the continuing fragile economy, says senior executive vice-president Jiratchyuth Amyongka.
9. business | 09 Jan 2015
» New amendments to the Civil and Commercial Code will change the way loan guarantees are enforced in Thailand. Under the changes, which are due to take effect on Feb 11, guarantors will benefit from increased protection, ...
10. business | 06 Jan 2015
» Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) expects retail loan growth to continue at a single-digit pace for a second straight year as soaring household debt and tumbling farm prices dampen demand, says president Kannikar Chalitaporn.