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1. business | 24 Jan 2015
» SET-listed developer Pruksa Real Estate Plc (PS) plans to launch 70 residential projects worth a combined 55 billion baht while expecting the overall property market to expand by 10% this year.
2. business | 20 Jan 2015
» The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) has found no unusual movements in K.C. Property Plc shares after the stock almost hit the 30%-ceiling for a seventh straight trading day.
3. multimedia | 15 Jan 2015
By Bangkok Post
» The Ministry of Finance is expected to submit a land and property tax reform proposal to the cabinet before year's end, with the intention to boost tax revenue collection from landowners six- or seven-fold.
4. business | 13 Jan 2015
» With the imminent Asean Economic Community (AEC) drawing more visitors, Khao Yai is expected to become a property hotbed soon, says Plus Property Co.
5. news | 11 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» The property market in Bangkok began to bounce back in the third quarter of 2014 as the new government settled in following the May 22 military coup and mass-transit development projects were restarted. Business and cons...
6. learning | 25 Sep 2014
» 11 officials charged over parachutes that failed to open, Crown Property Bureau starts developing property on its own & China travel warning hits Philippines.
7. learning | 15 Jun 2012
About business & real estate
» Young businessman with quickly growing business explains his move into property development despite construction's greater profitability.
8. 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...
9. 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.
10. 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.