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1. learning | 03 Jun 2013
» Continual change (strong baht, minimum wage hike, AEC in 2016) forces SMEs to change way they do business. Some survive, others don't.
2. opinion | 14 May 2013
» Back when I was a child, I had some issues with my gender. I have a twin brother, you see, and I always wanted to be a boy just like him.
3. opinion | 29 May 2013
» Two years ago, when I started my monthly column Queer Eye where I write about LGBT issues and gender diversity, I was inspired by the arrival of the Thai version of the famous UK gay magazine Attitude, one of my favourit...
4. business | 31 May 2013
» Thai small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are rated as moderately competitive against regional companies in a prelude to the planned Asean integration in 2016.
5. business | 21 May 2013
» The government expects to double trade and investment value between Thai and British small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in five years, Industry Minister Prasert Boonchaisuk said yesterday.
6. 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.
7. news | 24 Apr 2013
» Almost two-thirds, 61.7%, of people polled recently believed Thailand is ready for the establishment of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) at the end of 2015, Abac Poll reported on Wednesday.
8. business | 03 Jun 2013
» Five months after the 300-baht daily minimum wage took effect nationwide, the mileage varies among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), with some taking a big blow and others feeling only a scratch.
9. opinion | 19 May 2013
» The accusation is often made that Thailand can never change. However, over the past six years, propelled by political crisis, there have been many changes, which some some would say are for the better. Some would argue t...
10. business | 31 May 2013
» Small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) can benefit from the coming Asean single market by studying market characteristics and consumer trends in each country, according to Thai minister counsellors.