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1. learning | 15 Jun 2012
About business & real estate
» Young businessman with quickly growing business explains his move into property development despite construction's greater profitability.
2. news | 15 Jan 2015
» The Transport Ministry on Thursday set in motion the first railway investment project with a construction plan tentatively set for a September launch.
3. learning | 27 Apr 2012
About the floods
» Large expensive construction projects the government focus, rather than using Bangkok's extensive ancient canals that already exist.
4. opinion | 06 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: News
» Your Dec 3 report on the Aetas building is well put and you make the important point that this should be a warning for future developers. However, you fail to make another point which is whether or not this should lead t...
5. multimedia | 18 Jan 2015
» Construction of four sections of a double-track rail route under joint development by Thailand and China are to start this year.
6. news | 16 Jan 2015
» Construction of four sections of a double-track rail route under joint development by Thailand and China are to start this year, according to plans announced by Transport Minister ACM Prajin Juntong Thursday.
7. business | 26 Jan 2015
» It is the start of the New Year and for most companies it is annual performance appraisal season. Most likely, you and your employee will have a conversation and discuss in what areas he or she should improve this year a...
8. business | 28 Jan 2015
» In our last article, we presented our State of the Nation for the Supply Chain as it applied to this region. We felt it challenged the readiness of many organisations to embrace supply-chain management (SCM) development ...
9. news | 09 Dec 2014
» Development aimed at improving people's lives is key to solving the problems in the far South and ending the violence in the insurgency-plagued region, National Security Council (NSC) secretary-general Anusit Kunako...
10. news | 09 Dec 2014
» BRUSSELS - A senior Chinese official on Monday defended his country's human rights record against European criticism, saying Beijing favoured the "right to development and survival" over civil liberties.