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1. business | 09 Jan 2015
» Kasikornbank (KBank), the country's second-largest credit card issuer, has set aggressive targets of 1 million new cards and a 29% surge in its card spending this year, even though domestic consumption is expected t...
2. business | 03 Dec 2014
» Credit-card leader Krungthai Card Plc (KTC) plans a serious penetration of the wedding market as it looks to add more value for cardholders amid fierce business competition next year.
3. learning | 11 Mar 2013
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» One foreign gang seemed to think Thailand would be a good place to earn some big money with fake credit cards. They were wrong.
4. news | 17 Jan 2015
» Rating firm Fitch on Friday lowered Greece's credit outlook to negative from stable, citing rising political uncertainty, but kept the country's credit rating unchanged at 'B', indicating highly specu
5. news | 28 Dec 2014
» DUBAI - UEFA president Michel Platini on Sunday reiterated his desire to introduce a 'white card' that would lead to a player being sin-binned.
6. news | 24 Dec 2014
» LONDON - Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor has won an appeal to overturn his controversial red card in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Manchester United.
7. news | 07 Dec 2014
» How dare they. How … dare … they. Uber has set up shop in Bangkok and Phuket. Uber is the new app you can download onto your smartphone. You register yourself along with your credit card, then whenever you need to go som...
8. learning | 07 May 2014
» Thai govt websites have 85% of all government-hosted malware in world. Malware on Thai Navy computers used to defraud Visa credit card holders.
9. learning | 20 Jan 2014
» Thai chicken exports to Japan resume after 10-year avian flu ban ends, rice bond sale to pay farmers may breach election law & 20 million (out of 50 million) Koreans victims of credit card data leak.
10. learning | 31 Oct 2013
» Compact SUVs from Nissan, Ford next month, credit card interest only on overdue amount & political tensions spook investors.