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1. business | 29 Jan 2015
» Minor International Plc (MINT) expects its latest hotel acquisitions in Brazil and Portugal will make its hotel business stronger and pave the way for its entry into the European and South American markets in the near fu...
2. business | 29 Jan 2015
» The economic downturn in Russia is affecting Thai tourism, with Thailand now expected to miss this year's international tourist arrival target of 29.5 million.
3. business | 28 Jan 2015
» Eight riverside hotels on Charoen Krung and Charoen Nakhon roads are confident of a continued tourism boom along the Chao Phraya River, with new investment of 150 billion baht already pledged.
4. business | 26 Jan 2015
» Nan, Lampang and Phetchabun — three growing tourist destinations — will spearhead efforts to boost tourism in the North and generate over 100 billion baht revenue this year.
5. business | 24 Jan 2015
» Fraser & Neave Holding Bhd (F&NHB), the Malaysian subsidiary of Singapore's Fraser and Neave Ltd, will spend 300 million baht to increase its dairy product capacity in Thailand to drive business growth here over the...
6. business | 23 Jan 2015
» Hotel management company Centara Hotels & Resorts is confident a clearly defined "DNA" of its hotel brands will help to build a stronger foundation for expansion.
7. business | 22 Jan 2015
» The Thai Hotels Association (THA) will seek cooperation from the governors of six tourism-heavy provinces to ban unlicensed hotels after a new rule on building use takes effect.
8. business | 21 Jan 2015
» Thailand's hotel industry has ample room to grow thanks to Asian tourists, particularly from China, India and Indonesia, says Connecticut-based Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc.
9. business | 20 Jan 2015
» Aviation authorities and related parties should alert tour agencies and consumers to debt-ridden airlines to avoid a repeat of incidents inconveniencing passengers and causing financial damages.
10. business | 16 Jan 2015
» Thai tour agents have reached an agreement to set a maximum price for optional tours for Chinese visitors at 600 yuan (3,175 baht) per head to reduce problems of them being abandoned or forced to buy expensive goods in T...