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1. news | 14 Jun 2013
» Former Bank of Thailand governor MR Pridiyathorn Devakula called for the government to abolish its planned development of four high-speed rail routes because it is not worth the investment costs.
2. opinion | 13 Jun 2013
» The controversial rice-pledging scheme has caused a bad stink. While there is escalating pressure for the government to clarify the scale of the losses suffered by the programme, following warnings by Moody's Investo...
3. business | 12 Jun 2013
» The Finance Ministry is set to appoint Boston Consulting Group (BCG) as an adviser to conduct a study of the most economically viable business model for the high-speed rail projects, says the permanent secretary.
4. business | 11 Jun 2013
» The state-owned Government Savings Bank (GSB) is eyeing a 50-60% share of the loans to fund 350 billion baht worth of water management projects, says president Voravit Chailimpamontri.
5. business | 10 Jun 2013
» Potential losses from the government's rice-pledging scheme for four crops could exceed 300 billion baht, based on the accounting method of the Finance Ministry's subcommittee overseeing the programme's accou...
6. business | 08 Jun 2013
» The Finance Ministry has found reliable evidence of possibly fraudulent value-added tax (VAT) refunds worth 2.6 billion baht, says Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong.
7. business | 06 Jun 2013
» Economic crime police have arrested a suspect over counterfeit tax invoices worth an estimated 2.96 billion baht.
8. business | 05 Jun 2013
» The state-owned Government Savings Bank (GSB) has hinted it will slash its interest rates following last Wednesday's 25-basis-point cut in the policy rate by the central bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC).
9. business | 03 Jun 2013
» The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) has raised its loan-loss reserve coverage to 486% of non-performing loans (NPLs) to cushion against risk and strengthen its financial security.
10. business | 03 Jun 2013
» The government's planned 2-trillion-baht infrastructure investment will be the main driver of economic growth over the next five or six years now that weak demand in the West has muddied the export outlook.