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Bidding reaches over 100 billion baht in auctions for Thailand’s 5G spectrum

Thailand’s telecom regulator, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), raked in over 100 billion baht from its auctions today of 48 licenses for 5G frequencies in the 700MHz, 2600MHz…

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“Dream Town”, a mix of tradition and modern technology, in Hangzhou is designed to rival the US Silicon Valley.

China and its hi-tech showcases

The current coronavirus outbreak which has claimed more than 1,300 lives in China so far has certainly diverted attention from what Beijing wants the world to appreciate – the advances…

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FILE – In this Jan. 29, 2020, file photo, a shopper walks in a street market aimed for Chinese tourists in Bangkok, Thailand. The outbreak of new virus centered on the Chinese city of Wuhan is giving global business chills. Thailand’s central bank cut its benchmark interest rate to 1% from 1.25% on Wednesday to help the economy weather a series of setbacks, most lately the virus outbreak in China that has devastated its tourism sector. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe, File)

Asian economies cut rates, move to blunt impact of virus

BANGKOK (AP) — Central banks in the Philippines and Thailand have cut their benchmark interest rates as China’s neighbors seek ways to soften the impact of measures to contain a…

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Britain’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, left, and Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne pose for photographs ahead of a bilateral meeting at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020. (Lukas Coch/Pool Photo via AP)

UK and Australia commit to free trade negotiations

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab made his first overseas trip since Brexit on Thursday to faraway Australia, where he reaffirmed Britain’s desire for a free trade…

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Central bank cuts policy rate to 1% – the lowest in two decades

The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Thailand has voted unanimously to cut the policy rate by 25 basis points to 1%, which is the lowest in 20 years….

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No raw materials from China forces closure of Kanchanaburi factory – 500 jobless

About 500 employees of a company in Thailand’s western province of Kanchanaburi were abruptly notified by the management on Friday that they are being laid off, due to a shortage…

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Affected tour operators see priority in Thai-Chinese relations

Though a drastic drop in Chinese tourists to Thailand as a result of the coronavirus outbreak means a fall in tourism revenue, long-term relationship between Thailand and China is more…

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Government mulls new economic stimuli to be rolled out in February

The Thai Government is set to roll out a new economic stimulus package, including another phase of the Chim-Shop-Chai (Eat-Shop-Spend) program, to stimulate domestic spending and investment by businesses in…

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Industrial confidence index falls to 91.7 in December

The Industrial confidence index for December 2019 dropped to 91.7, from 92.3 the previous month, due to industrial operators’ concerns over domestic purchasing power and this year’s drought, which is…

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China reports new virus cases, raising concern globally before key holiday

BEIJING (Reuters) – China reported four more cases of pneumonia believed to be caused by a new coronavirus strain, causing rising concern globally that a disease health officials do not…

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Thailand’s “agriculture 4.0” – a dream come true?

Suwit Traichok, a 60-year-old melon producer, was the pioneer of Thailand’s young smart farmers. Despite having a promising career and a decent salary in a well-established organization, Thai Airways International,…

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Investors rush to buy gold due to intensifying US-Iran situation

Investors are buying gold in short-term speculation that gold prices will rise further, due to the escalation of tensions between Iran and the United States, following the killing of General…

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Energy Ministry opens ‘war room’ to handle possible oil supply disruptions

Thailand’s Ministry of Energy has opened a ‘war room’ ahead of any escalation in tensions between the US and Iran, which may impact Thailand’s oil imports from the Middle East….

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Export targets for 2020 to be proposed to Public-Private Sectors Committee

The Office of Trade Policy and Strategy is will propose, to the Joint Public-Private Sectors Committee in mid-January, export value targets for this year in order to achieve the economic growth…

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Central bank plays down baht appreciation to under ฿30 to US$1

The Bank of Thailand has played down the steady appreciation of the Thai baht currency, which strengthened to under ฿30 against the US greenback on Monday. Mr. Methi Supapong, the…

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Why Halal has become big business

Many people think that Halal are Islamic requirements related to food, but Halal covers much more than that. Halal products are in very high demand worldwide, including cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and…

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How Thai economy will perform next year

Thailand’s economy is likely to increase around 2.7-3.0 percent, according to the predictions by several economic institutions. The limited expansion is a result of negative effect from the weaker global…

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Digitalization prompts Thai commercial banks to remodel their business

Once dubbed as a sleeping partner, Thai commercial banks are set to experience numerous challenges next year. Apart from the slower economy, an entry of digital technology has prompted Thai…

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Popular Hua Hin shopping village to close next month

The final curtain will come down on Ploen Wan, one of Hua Hin’s most popular tourist attractions, at the end of this January due to financial difficulties. Tenants of the 50s-era…

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The festive season may not be that merry due to low spending

The 2020 holiday season may not be all that merry for businesses as Thais are expected to spend less due to gloomy economic sentiment and lower income. Bangkokians plan to…

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Sanitary napkin: big market for this delicate product

Sanitary napkin is always a sensitive subject because the wrong type of cotton pad can easily irritate women’s skins. Recently, this feminine care product became a political debate, sort of,…

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Central bank keeps benchmark interest rate at 1.25 percent

The Bank of Thailand’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) agreed unanimously on Wednesday to leave the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 1.25%, after its assessment that economic growth will be less…

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Thailand explores possibility of FTA with the UK after Tories’ victory

Thailand is considering the possibility of creating a free trade agreement (FTA) with the United Kingdom after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s historic victory in the UK election last week, which…

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Krung Thai Bank rolls out new stimulus package for New Year

The state-run Krung Thai Bank (KTB) has recently rolled out an economic stimulus program as a New Year’s gift, which includes an 800,000 baht Toyota sedan and gold necklaces for…

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The Cabinet approves the daily minimum wage hike by Bt5-Bt6

The Cabinet on December 11 approved the minimum wage increase according to the proposal by the National Wage Committee. In spite of the promises made by political parties before the…

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Finance minister assures Thai economy not critical, just slowing down

Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana reaffirmed today that the Thai economy this year is just slowing down and is not in a critical situation, with the likelihood that it will pick…

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Thai GDP growth in 2019 is revised down from 2.8 to 2.5 percent: Kasikorn Research.

Kasikorn Research Center revises down Thailand’s economic growth this year to 2.5 percent from the initial projection of 2.8 percent and projects the next year’s growth at 2.7 percent. Speaking…

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Cabinet approves Super Savings Fund to encourage Thais to save

The cabinet today approved the Finance Ministry’s Super Savings Fund (SSF), in place of the Long-term Equity Fund (LTF), which will allow investors in the SSF to deduct 30% of…

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Shallow breathing of dragon pot makers in Ratchaburi

Pichapach Khosabordee is the third generation of her family working at a famous traditional earthenware water-jar factory in Ratchaburi. She recalls the good old days when their business was selling…

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Unicorn may be hard to find as Thai SMEs are behind in digitalization

While most of Thailand’s neighbors have one or two unicorns to boast their success in digital transformation, Thailand is still looking for one. One of the reasons that a unicorn…

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Super Poll shows Chim-Shop-Chai program boosted Government’s popularity

Thanks to the Chim-Shop-Chai (Eat-Shop-Spend) stimulus package, the Government’s popularity has increased from 14.1% in October to 25.6% in November, according to Super Poll. Super Poll Research Office director Noppadol…

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Government rolls out three new economic stimulus packages

In yet another attempt to boost the economic growth rate, from Q3’s 2.4%, the cabinet today rolled out three new stimulus packages to ease a backlog of 270,000 unsold condominium…

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Employment rate for the third quarter falls 2.1 percent

The employment rate in the non-farming sector, for the third quarter of this year, has fallen by 2.3% whereas, in the farming sector, it has fallen by 1.8%, according to…

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E-sports become a serious business

Once perceived as a mere recreational pastime, e-sports will be included in the multi-sport 30th SEA Games for the first time this year, reflecting growing popularity of e-sports which has…

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Thaksin’s acquittal in TPI case upheld by Supreme Court panel of judges

A panel of nine Supreme Court judges today upheld the acquittal, delivered by the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Political Office Holders on fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, in…

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MRT board approves discounts for Blue and Purple line off-peak travel

The board of Metropolitan Rapid Transit, owner of MRT lines in Bangkok and its suburbs, has agreed to reduce fares for travel, during off-peak hours and on public holidays, on…

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No fixed deadline for the elderly to subscribe to Chim-Shop-Chai program

The third phase of the “Chim-Shop-Chai” (Eat-Shop-Spend) program has a special quota of 500,000 reserved for elderly people, in addition to the already fully subscribed quota for 1.5 million for…

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Most people expect PM to address economic problems

Most respondents to an opinion poll have high expectations that Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will take relief measures to address the high cost of living, which ranks top of the…

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Chinese consumers smash ‘Singles’ Day’ shopping record

Chinese shoppers set new records for spending during the annual “Singles’ Day” buying spree despite an economic slowdown and worries over the US trade war, with state media calling it…

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Thailand’s ECI for the third quarter is expected to decline further

Thailand’s household economic condition index (ECI) for the third quarter of this year is likely to drop further due to an ongoing global economic slowdown, which has impacted the domestic…

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Fiscal Policy Office cuts policy rate to 1.25% to boost declining economy

The Fiscal Policy Office of the Bank of Thailand voted 5:2 on Tuesday to slash the benchmark policy rate by 25 points to 1.25% with immediate effect in a bid…

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India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi attends the 3rd Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Summit in Bangkok on November 4, 2019, on the sidelines of the 35th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit. (Photo by Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP)

India mulls trade pact with US in “strategic shift”

A day after opting out of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), the Indian government said on Tuesday is was exploring a trade agreement with the US, according to the…

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Revenue Dept. uses ‘carrot and stick’ to encourage dodgers to pay taxes

Thailand’s Revenue Department is employing a ‘carrot and stick’ approach to persuade about three million income-earners and about 140,000 entrepreneurs, who have never paid income taxes, to pay up. Revenue…

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US agrees to consider Thailand’s request for a review of GSP cuts

The United States has agreed to consider Thailand’s request for a review of the suspension of trade preferences for Thai exports, under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program, in…

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Rayong steel company suspends operations due to lack of demand

Nippon Steel Steel Processing (Thailand) Company, in Rayong province, has announced a temporary suspension of its operations starting November 9th, citing a steady drop in sales. The Thai affiliate of…

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DSI reviewing prosecutor’s decision not to indict developer Anant Asavapokin

Thailand’s Department of Special Investigation (DSI) is considering whether to oppose a decision by the Office of the Prosecutors for Special Cases not to indict a real estate developer charged…

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Thai exports brace for more challenges despite limited impact from GSP cut

Although the immediate impact from the US decision to suspend the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) on Thai exports is limited, the prospects of Thailand’s outbound shipments to the US…

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Tighter controls expected on the trade in arum roots and saplings

Thailand’s Royal Forest Department is tightening controls on the trade in arum (Amorphophallus) roots and saplings after it was learned that some Chinese traders have stockpiled huge quantities to be…

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Vietnam emerges as a beneficiary of the US trade war with China

The prolonged trade war between the US and China has prompted a number of companies to move out of China to avoid the punitive tariffs and Vietnam has emerged as…

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Thai Commerce Ministry will appeal to the US for a review of GSP decision

Thailand is to ask the United States to reconsider removal of trade preferences for Thai exports under the Generalized System of Preferences, Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanavisit said today (Sunday). He…

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400 workers laid off as their tyre canvas factory closes

About 400 workers have been laid off, effective today (Friday), after the of SRF Industries (Thailand) Company’s tyre canvas production plant, in the Map Taput industrial estate in Thailand’s eastern…

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HSBC, StanChart results to show Hong Kong protests are starting to gnaw

HONG KONG/LONDON (Reuters) – HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA.L) and Standard Chartered Plc (STAN.L) are set to show early signs of strain from anti-government protests in Hong Kong, the single-biggest profit…

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Will the government’s domestic travel measures persuade travelers to pack their bags?

While the other economic engines are losing steam, the government hopes to use the tourism sector to boost the country’s economic growth. Recently, the government announced additional measures to promote…

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CP led consortium to sign contract for high-speed train airport project

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will, this afternoon, preside over the signing of a public-private-partnership (PPP) contract between the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and the Charoen Pokphand Group-led consortium for…

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Phase 2 ‘Chim-Shop-Chai’ scheme attracts brisk response

Phase 2 of the Government’s “Chim-Shop-Chai” (Eat, Shop, Spend) scheme attracted a massive response when it was launched this morning at 6am, with its quota of 500,000 subscribers being achieved…

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Five tips for online business to succeed

Nowadays, e-commerce presents a tremendous opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs as they don’t have to invest a lot of money setting up a store or paying expensive rental fee. Technology disruption…

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TG president warns airline on brink of collapse, staff must work harder

Thai Airways International president Sumeth Damronchaitham has admitted, for the first time, that the national flag carrier is in deep financial crisis, to the extent that it may have to…

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China’s growth slows to 6% in third quarter, weakest in 27 years

China’s economy expanded at its slowest rate in nearly three decades during the third quarter as it was hit by the long-running US trade war and cooling domestic demand, data…

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Chinese Vice Premier Liu He accompanied by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, left, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, greets the media before a minister-level trade meetings at the Office of the United States Trade Representative in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Trump says US-China trade talks are ‘going very well’

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump offered an upbeat assessment of U.S.-China trade talks and said he would meet at the White House on Friday with the leader of the…

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The private sector cuts economic growth forecast to 2.7-3% from 2.9-3.3%

The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking (JSCCIB) agreed today to lower down the economic growth projection (GDP) to 2.7-3% from 2.9-3.3% due to weakening economic growth during…

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Global problems, housing and land shortages : Is there a solution?

Bangkok, like other major cities around the world, is getting bigger, in terms of population. Bangkok has the highest population density in Thailand, with approximately 5.6 million people residing in…

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The US-China trade war leads to an increase of FDIs in Thailand

The escalation of the US-China trade war has prompted Chinese and Hong Kong investors to move to Thailand.  In the first half of this year, they altogether sought approvals for…

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Spending on Vegetarian festival in Bangkok is up 2.4% from last year

Bangkokians are expected to spend around Bt4.76 billion during the annual vegetarian festival this year. Although the figure is up 2.4 percent from last year, the growth is weaker than…

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Superstitious beliefs play a crucial role in Thai consumers and business decisions

Thais don’t only rely on charts and grafts when it comes to financial decisions, but also lucky charm or superstitious objects to encourage them to take risks. Of course, superstitious…

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Low-income workers will be hard hit by a drop of exports

The falling Thai exports will hurt low-income workers the most as manufacturers are expected to hire less and cut overtime employment, affecting the purchasing power of these grassroot segment. The…

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PM says Thailand aiming to become a high income country in 17 years

Thailand is aiming to become a country with high average income in the next 17 years, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha told his audience at a hotel in New York yesterday….

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Central bank cuts growth projection to 2.8 percent but retains policy rate at 1.5 percent

The Bank of Thailand has slashed the country’s economic growth projection for this year to 2.8% from 3.3% and the projection for next year from 3.7 % to 3.3%. The…

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1,000-baht cash handout for domestic tourism gets positive feedback

Finance Ministry boasts positive feedback of “Eat, Shop, Spend” handout program or  Bt1,000 cash giveaway, saying that more than 1 million people have signed up to participate in the program…

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One million people register on first day of Chim-Shop-Chai program today

A total of a million people have registered to join the government’s Chim-Shop-Chai (Taste-Shop-Spend) program, under which each of them will receive a 1,000 baht giveaway to be spent between…

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Lesson for Thailand: How a small Danish island ends fossil fuel use

The first thing visitors approaching the small Danish island of Samso would notice are the white wind turbines rising out of the sea waters.  And the closer they get, more…

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Advice from digital nomads in Chiang Mai to the newcomers

In today’s world the tremendous advances in digital technologies have allowed people to work from anywhere in the world; by the seaside, up a mountain or near the tranquil river,…

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Thailand’s inflation rate may increase as oil prices surge after Saudi drone attacks

Higher global crude oil prices following Saudi oil attacks may increase Thailand’s inflation rate this year by 0.3 percent, according to Kasikorn Research Center. The think tank made an assessment…

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Energy Policy Board to discuss contingency plan to cope with global oil situation

Thailand’s Energy Policy Board has scheduled a special meeting on Tuesday to discuss measures to cushion the impacts from oil price increases on the cost of living, following drone attacks…

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FTI hopes for further cut in policy interest rate to tame strong Baht

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is hoping that the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Thailand will make another cut in the policy interest rate, currently set at…

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Future of energy: What Thailand can learn from Finland, Denmark

Besides being among the world’s happiest nations, Finland and Denmark have another thing in common: They are both equally ambitious to become the world’s first carbon-free country. Finland’s left-leaning coalition…

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Hong Kong Stock Exchange unveils shock £32bn bid for London rival

(AFP) The Hong Kong Stock Exchange has bid almost £32 billion for its London rival in a shock move Wednesday to bring together two of the world’s largest financial hubs…

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Most poll respondents doubt charter amendments would help boost economy

Most poll respondents do not believe that Thailand’s economy will improve if the Constitution is amended because they are unrelated issues. Meanwhile, some insist that economic improvement rests with the…

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China’s exports fall in August as US trade war rumbles

China’s exports fell by 1.0 percent on-year in August, official data showed Sunday, amid a bruising trade war with the US that has roiled markets in the world’s top two…

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US, China to resume trade talks in Washington in October

(AFP) US and Chinese trade negotiators will resume talks in Washington in early October, Beijing said Thursday, after new punitive tariffs raised fears of a breakdown in the protracted negotiations….

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Lending guidelines planned to reduce Thailand’s household debt

Thailand’s commercial banks have recently agreed, in principle, with the Bank of Thailand to set lending guidelines by limiting a borrower’s debt-to-service ratio (DSR) to 70%, for those earning up…

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Ex-finance minister Korn disagrees with using taxpayers’ money to rescue debt-ridden THAI

Former Finance Minister and Democrat list MP Korn Chatikavanich has voiced his concern over the financial crisis facing Thai Airways International and, at the same time, has objected to any…

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Thailand’s second quarter growth rate lowest in 19 quarters

Thailand’s economic growth rate for the second quarter of this year registered at 2.3%, compared to 2.8% for the first quarter, which is the lowest in 19 quarters, said Mr….

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THAI struggling with huge debt, executives asked to take voluntarily pay cut

Thai Airways International, the national flag carrier, appears to be in a deep financial crisis and may have to delay debt repayments or seek new loans. THAI president Sumet Damrongchaitham…

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Hong Kong standoff takes a toll on Thai economy

The political standoff in Hong Kong is not only fueling fears that Hong Kong may be heading for recession, but also that it may hurt Thailand’s economy. For example, Thailand’s…

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PM assures the public that stimulus budget will be spent effectively

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has given assurance that his government is not overspending by disbursing 310 billion baht as part of an economic stimulus package and that the money will…

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Dr. Somkid to head special team to reverse Thailand’s economic slowdown

The economic cabinet on Friday agreed to set up a special panel, expected to be led by Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak, to drive the implementation and management of economic…

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GPF signs Collaborative Engagement Declaration with 32 institutional investors

Thailand’s Government Pension Fund (GPF) has joined 32 securities companies in declaring an ESG (environmental, social, governance) Collaborative Engagement and Negative List Guidelines, under which institutional investors will be held…

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Thais borrow early and get trapped in a cycle of debt

Thais, nowadays, are indebted from an early age, and the level of their debt is maintained even as they approach retirement. A study by the Bank of Thailand reports that…

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US-China trade row seen to help conclude RCEP by year end

The escalating trade war between the US and China may help drive a conclusion to the negotiation of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) free trade agreement to ensure smooth…

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TMB and Thanachart Bank announce merger plan

Thailand’s TMB and Thanachart banks announced Friday that they have signed a non-binding agreement to merge and become the country’s sixth largest lender. According to the statement, TMB will finance…

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Thai exports in 2019 to contract for the first time in four years

The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce predicts that Thai exports in 2019 will drop 0.6% year on year, the first contraction in four years. Dr. Aat Pisanwanich, Director…

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Jurin to attend RCEP in a bid to form world’s biggest trading bloc

Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit is scheduled to attend a ministerial conference on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in Beijing later this week, in a…

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Thai businesses oppose government’s Bt400 minimum wage plan

Thailand’s business associations oppose the government’s plan to increase the national minimum wage to Bt400 per day and have suggested that an entry wage should be established instead, said Mr….

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Income inequality, debt, climate change and plastic waste the main issues – BOT governor

Bank of Thailand Governor Veerathai Santiprabhob, in his speech entitled “Formulating for the Future of Corporate Governance”, delivered at the Finance and Beyond National Director Conference 2019 in Bangkok today…

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Thais are not cashless, yet

With a number of state-of-the-art payment methods on display at a FinTech event last week, there are questions over whether cash will soon be relegated to history amid the proliferation…

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Thailand and world prepare for cryptocurrency challenges

The Libra project has shaken the global financial scene since Facebook, with a group of founding members, announced the proposed cryptocurrency last month. The plan to launch a new currency…

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Central bank takes measures to deal with baht speculation

The Bank of Thailand is concerned about the rapid appreciation of the baht currency and has taken measures to curb speculative hot-money inflows, Assistant Governor Vachira Arromdee said today (Friday)….

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Real estate developers’ confidence falls substantially in Q2 2019

The confidence index of real estate developers for the second quarter of this year has dropped to 42.2 points from 50.4 points for the first quarter. The second quarter falls…

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Thai producers complain of China’s imposition of GMP on durian

Thai durian exporters and orchard owners have expressed serious concern that China’s recent imposition of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification, the system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and…

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Commerce Ministry confident of 3 percent export growth for 2019

Thailand’s Commerce Ministry is confident that Thai exports for the second half of this year will grow at a higher rate than in the first half and export growth for…

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