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1. business | 28 Oct 2013
» Mega Lifesciences Plc, the wholly owned Thai pharmaceutical and consumer health firm, plans a Myanmar expansion with a new warehouse costing 300-600 million baht to store pharmaceutical and consumer products.
2. business | 28 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Henkel AG & Co, a German maker of chemical products, has teamed up with the Swiss trading firm DKSH to distribute its consumer goods in Myanmar.
3. learning | 06 Feb 2013
About marketing & retailing
» 97% of Thai shoppers bought newly launched food products in past six months & buying products displayed in stores popular. Brand loyalty is also common.
4. business | 08 Nov 2013
» Unilever Thai Trading Co, part of the Anglo-Dutch consumer products conglomerate, is still confident in the Thai market despite low purchasing power and political unrest.
5. business | 29 Oct 2013
» Thai Union Frozen Products Plc (TUF), the world's biggest tuna company, plans to increase value-added products to 20% of its portfolio, aiming to more than double revenue to US$8 billion by 2020.
6. news | 03 Nov 2013
» The Office of the Consumer Protection Board (OCPB) has banned the sale of electric shock products used as for pranks as they can be dangerous to children and people with heart problems.
7. learning | 09 Apr 2013
About retail business
» Small & friendly stores along mass transit routes (selling food, consumer, health & beauty products) replacing controversial big stores (hypermarkets).
8. learning | 07 Feb 2011
» Developing innovative new products using Thailand's No. 1 crop export, an ideal way to add value to the Thai economy.
9. business | 15 Nov 2013
» Consumer groups are slamming regulators' rule on migration from networks whose concessions expired in September this year for failing to protect consumers' benefits.
10. business | 04 Dec 2013
» Consumer confidence hit a 22-month low in November due largely to political tensions and anti-government protests that held back spending.