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1. business | 02 Mar 2015
» The Finance Ministry is set to pay off 63.2 billion baht of unpaid contributions to the Social Security Fund if a bill on public finance comes into force, a senior ministry official says.
2. business | 28 Feb 2015
» The State Enterprises Policy Commission or superboard is mulling five options for a planned supervisory body to govern state enterprises, says a Finance Ministry source.
3. business | 27 Feb 2015
» Tourist arrivals in Thailand are expected to see a double-digit growth this year after plunging 6.66% last year, says the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO).
4. business | 26 Feb 2015
» The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) plans four more branches in Bangkok this year, taking its total in the capital to 50.
5. news | 26 Feb 2015
» The Finance Ministry is set to halve the maximum rates of the land and buildings tax from the previous proposal and offer a higher layer of tax exemption to soothe anxious homeowners and landlords.
6. business | 25 Feb 2015
» The estimated loss incurred by ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra's rice-pledging scheme has increased by 19 billion baht from a previous estimate of 518 billion.
7. business | 25 Feb 2015
» The Finance Ministry is contemplating a reduction in the maximum rates of the land and buildings tax in a bid to soothe people's nerves.
8. 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...
9. business | 23 Feb 2015
» The amended ministerial regulation to pave the way for imposing tax on tutorial schools will soon go to Finance Minister Sommai Phasee for approval in a move expected to raise up to 2 billion baht in revenue.
10. business | 21 Feb 2015
» A tax amnesty for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will not help much in encouraging tax dodgers to enter the value-added tax (VAT) system, says the Revenue Department.