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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 | 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).
3. news | 31 Jan 2015
» The long-awaited multibillion-dollar Dawei megaproject in Myanmar is set to get off the ground after Japan yesterday agreed to take part and possibly offer loans for road construction linking the scheme with the Thai bor...
4. business | 31 Jan 2015
» The Public Debt Management Office (PDMO) expects the proportion of baht-denominated bonds issued by foreign entities will increase to 3% by next year, making Thailand a regional fund-raising hub.
5. business | 31 Jan 2015
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» Downside risks to the Bank of Thailand's export growth projection of 1% this year remain, as falling oil prices have affected the value of export products related to petroleum, says the Bank of Thailand.
6. business | 31 Jan 2015
» The advertising industry hopes the government’s economic stimulus will increase ad spending by 4-5% this year after the political turmoil and mounting household debts took a toll last year.
7. business | 31 Jan 2015
» The retail price of compressed natural gas (CNG) has been raised by 50 satang to 13 baht a kilogramme as of today, says the Energy Policy Administration Committee (EPAC).
8. business | 30 Jan 2015
» The Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) has trimmed its forecast for 2015 economic growth to 3.9% and exports to 1.4% on expectations of a stronger baht prompted by an influx of capital from the European Central Bank's aggre...
9. business | 30 Jan 2015
» The year's first auction for about 1 million tonnes of state rice stocks was very active, drawing 100 bidders on Thursday.
10. business | 30 Jan 2015
» A new company formed from the merger of two subsidiaries of Ch. Karnchang Plc (CK), Thailand second-largest construction firm, has the potential to win several government infrastructure contracts in coming years.