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1. business | 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.
2. business | 29 Jan 2015
» The Bank of Thailand kept its policy rate unchanged on Wednesday, insisting interest rates will be used as a last resort to handle capital inflows prompted by the European Central Bank's larger-than-expected stimulu
3. business | 28 Jan 2015
» Fourteen non-bank financial institutions have expressed interest in being lenders for the nanofinance scheme, says a senior Bank of Thailand official.
4. business | 27 Jan 2015
» Muang Thai Life Assurance expects its total premiums to grow by at least 18% this year, supported by rising awareness of life protection products as Thai society ages.
5. business | 22 Jan 2015
» Despite continued uncertainty over the global economic pickup, Standard Chartered Bank remains bullish over the Thai economy and is maintaining its 6% growth forecast for this year.
6. business | 20 Jan 2015
» The export sector remains a downside risk to reviving the economy at a time of global fears about deflation in the euro zone and Japan, say economists.
7. business | 17 Jan 2015
» Regional financial markets are unlikely to experience shock waves from the surprise move by the Swiss National Bank (SNB) to abandon a three-year cap on the Swiss franc's value against the euro, says a senior Bank o...
8. business | 16 Jan 2015
» Overall bad loans are expected to rise at a slow pace this year due to improved economic prospects, while the recovery momentum will help annual loan growth expand by 7%, says a senior Bank of Thailand official.
9. business | 14 Jan 2015
» Even though Thailand's economy is scrambling to ramp up growth momentum, it is projected to expand by 3.9% this year underpinned by infrastructure development projects, says the United Nations Economic and Social Co...
10. business | 13 Jan 2015
» Thailand's private and public investments are likely to total 1.27 trillion baht this year thanks to government megaprojects and a recovery of confidence by the private sector, says Kasikornbank (KBank).