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21. learning | 22 Feb 2013
» The chairman of the contracting firm involved in the police stations construction scandal yesterday blamed the Royal Thai Police Office (RTPO) for his company's failure to complete its work.
22. learning | 06 Mar 2012
» A Chinese company will supply 900,000 tablets for Prathom 1 students at US$81 (2,482 baht) each. Mathayom 1 students next in line.
23. business | 30 Jan 2015
» State-owned GH Bank (GHB) has set a conservative new housing loans target of 141 billion baht this year, 2 billion below last year, because of economic uncertainty — despite its anticipation of an improvement in the prop...
24. business | 30 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Business
» With condominium prices continuing to rise each month, the Thong Lor (Sukhumvit Soi 55) area has been named as a top pick for long-term investment by Plus Property Co.
25. business | 29 Jan 2015
» Given the volatile world market, hopes are resting on government spending on megaprojects to boost the economy and the property sector this year, although high household debt remains a major concern.
26. news | 27 Jan 2015
» A group of about 200 vendors from Khlong Thom are looking for a new home and have urged the NCPO to find them one, preferably on state-owned property.
27. news | 24 Jan 2015
» A consultant has suggested Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) sells its main office building on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road and its properties abroad as part of its business rehabilitation plan.
28. business | 22 Jan 2015
» Thailand's property market is set to improve this year, led by the office sector, due to more stable politics, government economic stimulus measures, low interest rates, falling fuel prices and the robust financial ...
29. business | 21 Jan 2015
» PATTAYA: Pattaya-based property developer The Riviera Group is confident that local demand will help it to close sales at a new 3.8-billion-baht condo project within the year.
30. business | 20 Jan 2015
» SET-listed Lalin Property Plc is pinning its hopes on the provinces, where real demand remains strong.