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1. business | 13 Dec 2013
» The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) has a mere 22 billion baht on hand until the end of 2013 to pay farmers who pledged rice for the current main crop, making necessary an extra 51 b...
2. business | 12 Dec 2013
» The new personal income tax rate will probably be delayed from taking effect for the 2013 tax year due to the political unrest, says Finance Ministry permanent secretary Rangsan Sriworasart.
3. business | 10 Dec 2013
» The Comptroller-General's Department will relax some regulations to address delays in budget disbursement during the current political impasse.
4. business | 09 Dec 2013
» The state-owned Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand (SME Bank) plans to issue US$500 million worth of floating-rate certificates of deposit (FRCDs) and borrow another 3-5 billion baht from the local ...
5. business | 07 Dec 2013
» The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) expects a doubling of outstanding loans to farm-related businesses to 10 billion baht during this fiscal year.
6. business | 06 Dec 2013
» More importers are cashing in on tax privileges from free trade agreements, making up at least 80% of import value at the moment, an increase from 20% in the past, the Customs Department chief said.
7. business | 05 Dec 2013
» The outstanding balance of cash advances drawn by farmers' credit cards was close to 8 billion baht at the end of November.
8. business | 04 Dec 2013
» Two international credit rating agencies have warned that Thailand's sovereign rating is at risk if the political unrest is prolonged, says finance permanent secretary Rangsan Sriworasart.
9. news | 02 Dec 2013
» The Finance Ministry's Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) remains uncertain whether economic growth this year will reach 3% following the mounting political tensions.
10. opinion | 28 Nov 2013
» For much of the past decade, our political agenda has seemingly been frozen in the past. Rather than debate where we are and where we want to go, the focus of the country's main political parties can be simplified in...