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1. business | 02 Dec 2014
» The automotive industry is expected to experience yet another transitional period in early 2016 once the new excise tax takes effect and car markers commence production under phase two of the eco-car scheme, says Industr...
2. business | 11 Dec 2014
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» Minebea Group, a ball bearing and electronic parts maker, plans to expand its production to serve increasing demand in the aviation industry.
3. business | 28 Jan 2015
» Kasikorn Leasing (KLeasing), Kasikornbank's automobile lending arm, expects only marginal loan growth this year, reinforcing pessimism that domestic new-car sales will rebound at a slow pace.
4. news | 07 Jan 2015
» PARIS - The International Automobile Federation (FIA) has introduced tough new rules that will mean Formula One drivers must be at least 18-years-old and go through more rigorous testing.
5. learning | 23 Aug 2011
» Negative Tsunami effect, oil prices and inflation picking up pace, improved automobile, electronic exports and tourism may push growth up at end of year.
6. learning | 22 Mar 2011
» "The automobile and steel sectors in Thailand may even enjoy higher Japanese investment in the short term."
7. business | 16 Jan 2015
» Thailand’s unmilled rice production from the 2014/2015 main crop is estimated at 27.1 million tonnes, a by 0.06% increase from the previous season, the Office of Agriculture and Economics said.
8. business | 17 Dec 2014
» Manufacturers are committed to expanding their production next year to accommodate expected increasing demand driven by the country’s economic recovery, according to the latest study by exhibition organiser Reed Tradex....
9. news | 08 Dec 2014
» Opium production in Southeast Asia increased this year, to three times the levels of 2006, a United Nations report said Monday.
10. learning | 01 Nov 2012
» Myanmar may have democracy but the fight against opium production is just beginning. Second largest producer after Afghanistan.