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1. news | 20 Jun 2013
» The Public Warehouse Organisation (PWO) and the Commerce Ministry have dismissed media reports that rice has disappeared from government stocks.
2. business | 18 Jun 2013
» Bids for international investors interested in investing in the first phase of Dawei's deep-sea port and special economic zone (SEZ) worth 30 billion baht are expected to be opened over the next one to two months.
3. business | 17 Jun 2013
» The Thai economy will grow by only 4% this year, as the government's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure development plan is unlikely to play a significant role in boosting growth this year, says Bangkok Bank (BBL).
4. news | 11 Jun 2013
» Korea Water Resources Corp (K-Water) has emerged as the biggest winner in terms of value in the bidding for the government's 350-billion-baht water management scheme.
5. business | 10 Jun 2013
» The government's planned infrastructure projects will likely exacerbate the country's labour shortage in the coming years, warn industry experts.
6. business | 03 Jun 2013
» Average working hours for factories are unlikely to rise in the second quarter, with export prospects still bearish despite easing pressure on the baht.
7. business | 28 May 2013
» Thailand's key economic agency has defended its projection methods, saying they are in line with international standards, after the Bank of Thailand raised question about some of its data released last week.
8. business | 27 May 2013
» Public-private partnerships should be promoted, particularly in port and road investment, to get the Dawei megaproject off the ground, according to a study submitted to last Tuesday's cabinet meeting.
9. business | 18 May 2013
» Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong has instructed state agencies to accelerate investment as a main tool to drive the economy, given the slowdown in exports this year.
10. business | 15 May 2013
» Despite measures proposed by the private sector and repeated calls to ease the pace of the baht, no concrete solution is forthcoming.