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1. business | 23 Apr 2013
» Baht appreciation could affect government's tax revenue, but the Revenue Department is still maintaining its fiscal year collection target of 1.774 trillion baht.
2. learning | 01 Aug 2011
» Liquor taxes are a promising revenue source for future government spending. Tax increases on white spirits could reduce rural health problems and costs.
3. business | 20 May 2013
» The Revenue Department will adopt cash-receipt and tax-invoice matching systems early next year to raise the government's revenue collection by 300 billion baht a year, says Jitmanee Suwannapool, the principal advise...
4. news | 29 Apr 2013
» The rising value of the baht has had a strong affect on government revenue collections this fiscal year, but the Finance Ministry is still confident of meeting the overall target of 2.1 trillion baht, according to a repo...
5. news | 17 May 2013
» Government revenue from tax collection in April totalled 127.58 billion baht, exceeding the earlier estimate by 10.58 billion baht, or nine percent, Somchai Sajjapongse, director general of the Fiscal Policy Office at th...
6. business | 11 May 2013
» CHON BURI : King Pac Industrial Co (KPI), one of Asia's leading plastic bag makers, plans to boost its revenue gained from government institutions to half the total within two years.
7. learning | 22 Aug 2012
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» New taxes are driving the up the cost of bad habits like smoking and drinking, increasing government revenue, but probably not having a major effect on consumption.
8. tech | 17 Apr 2013
» Marissa Mayer's quest to revive Yahoo! stumbled with word that revenue from display ads at the heart of its business shrank in the first three months of this year.
9. business | 14 May 2013
» Trinity Wattana Plc (TNITY), a holding company, reported total revenue for the first quarter of 351.5 million baht, more than half of last year's total revenue of 680.9 million. Total net profit for the first quarter...
10. business | 04 May 2013
» Dell Corporation (Thailand) expects double-digit revenue growth in 2014 after its US parent company completes its US$10-billion global organisational transformation programme.