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21. news | 26 Feb 2015
» The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority is likely to accept 489 new gas-fuelled buses this spring with 12 companies vying for the contract.
22. business | 26 Feb 2015
» The bubble is likely to pop in the Thai stock market, whose price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is at a high of 15, and the proportion could climb further as listed companies' earnings growth slows, says one analyst.
23. learning | 25 Feb 2015
About international relations
» "The US is Thailand's third-largest trading partner, and American companies are major investors in Thailand. As he witnessed himself in visiting Thailand in 2012, people-to-people ties of the two countries are also ...
24. business | 25 Feb 2015
» A long-awaited draft bill on class actions, which allow an individual investor to represent a group who suffered financial loss in filing a lawsuit against stock manipulators and companies for their misconduct, is expect...
25. business | 25 Feb 2015
» The main concern of nearly every logistics consultant is if companies were any smarter at managing their inventories, they would not need us. Put another way, there is no greater source of consulting opportunities than s...
26. business | 24 Feb 2015
» The Finance Ministry has granted approval for the Revenue Department to cut its collection target by 160 billion baht due to weakening global oil prices, shrinking revenue for large companies and a reduction in import du...
27. business | 24 Feb 2015
» Convenience and modernisation are major factors for Thai companies keen to attract Myanmar consumers, says market research and consulting firm Envirosell Thailand.
28. business | 23 Feb 2015
» Mobile LTE, a consortium of ICT and oil trading companies, says it is ready to increase its capital by 20 times to finance the development of a fourth-generation (4G) mobile network on TOT Plc's spectrum.
29. business | 23 Feb 2015
» Just as competition and evolution have shaped the natural world, so it goes in the business world. "Adapt or die" is a mantra that holds true just as much for multinational companies as for humans and animals.
30. news | 21 Feb 2015
» NEW DELHI - India vowed the "strictest punishment" Saturday against anyone involved in stealing top-secret documents from the country's petroleum ministry and selling them to energy companies, as the number of peopl...