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1. news | 26 Mar 2013
» Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are being encouraged to make more use of mobile applications to strengthen their competitiveness.
2. business | 12 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The Finance Ministry will set up a venture capital fund as a way to alleviate the impact of baht appreciation on small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs).
3. news | 07 May 2013
» The Association for Promotion of Thai Small and Medium Entrepreneurs will ask the government to establish a permanent fund of 20 billion baht to provide emergency help to SMEs in trouble.
4. business | 26 Mar 2013
» Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are being urged to focus on neighbouring markets as border trade is expected to flourish this year to an estimated value of 1.2 trillion baht.
5. business | 08 Apr 2013
» Consumer prices look set to rise again in the second quarter of this year and more small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are expected to close, Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) vice chairman Wallop Wittanakorn sa...
6. learning | 06 Jul 2011
» With 40% hike 9 million workers benefit but 6.7% mostly SMEs will go out of business plus reduced international competitiveness.
7. learning | 06 Aug 2012
About small business & labour
» New labour laws (like 300 baht minimum wage) driving SMEs underground so they don't pay taxes or social security for employees.
8. learning | 09 Dec 2011
» At 37% of GDP with 2.32 million jobs affected by the floods, SME's 1.75 trillion baht in exports fallen to 16% growth from 25% projected.
9. learning | 27 Mar 2012
» Thai govt roadshow attracts investment from line-up of Korea's top companies & SMEs: electronics, electrical appliances, even solar power & electricity from garbage.
10. business | 08 May 2013
» More small and medium-sized Japanese companies, especially those in the auto-parts sector, are interested in joining hands with Thai counterparts to manufacture their products here to serve the Asean market.