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1. business | 24 Apr 2013
» Intel, the world's largest chip maker, is urging the Thai government to offer a low-cost prepaid mobile third-generation internet service to low-income people to help close the digital divide.
2. business | 22 May 2013
» The plan by Lion Air, Indonesia's largest low-cost carrier, to join Thailand's hotly contested airline market is coming to fruition, six years after it was mooted.
3. business | 02 Apr 2013
» A model of low-cost branches with more convenient services is poised to set a trend after the Bank of Thailand eased regulations on branch banking.
4. business | 28 Mar 2013
» Japan's Sony Corporation is jumping onto the low-cost smartphone bandwagon for the first time, with units priced below 5,000 baht to cash in on burgeoning third-generation (3G) demand.
5. news | 21 Apr 2013
» What if hospitals were run like a mix of Wal-Mart and a low-cost airline? The result might be something like the chain of "no-frills" Narayana Hrudayalaya clinics in southern India.
6. learning | 24 Oct 2012
About air travel
» Low-cost airlines (Nok, ThaiAirAsia) are growing fast, going international & stealing passengers from big established airlines (THAI).
7. learning | 28 Jan 2013
» World's fourth largest PC maker chooses Thailand to introduce new line of lost cost tablets (3,990 baht) for education aiming to govt One Tablet Per Child contract.
8. business | 13 May 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» More than a decade ago, global manufacturing companies staged a mass exodus to Asia in search of low-cost alternatives to increasing domestic wage demands and operational costs. They expanded the regional supply chain th...
9. business | 17 Apr 2013
» Phatlada Phaladon sees it as improper from the outset for the government to set aside a budget to subsidise any low-cost products.
10. learning | 16 May 2011
» Agreement with Philippines for low-cost rice may cut into Thai and Vietnam market share.