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  1. Election no Hindrance to EEC
  2. Yuan Loves Baht
  3. If Only They Hadn't Sold!
  4. Economic discontent simmers among Thailand's rural voters
  5. In or Out: Thai Stock Investors Weigh Escalating Political Risk
  6. If You Build It, They Will Come
  7. Share Fiddling Uncovered!
  8. Baht Strength Suggested
  9. Thai Elites Doing Well, Thank You
  10. Inflation rises for 17 consecutive months in November
  11. Thailand secures orders for more than 300,000 tons of rice
  12. Thai economy performs well in Oct, despite global economic woes
  13. Thai Govt pushing for increased use of e-commerce in agricultural sector
  14. Demystifying the New Property Tax Code
  15. NCPO exempts income tax on interest revenue derived from FIDF bonds
  16. Thailand dips into cash cows to support economy
  17. Thailand ranks 27th on ease of doing business report
  18. Oct inflation grows 1.23% in line with high energy prices
  19. More of the Same
  20. Asian stock markets are mixed as U.S.-China trade uncertainty rears up again
  21. FPO sees 4.5% economic growth this year after strong Q3 performance
  22. Baht expected to remain under pressure this week
  23. This Transgender CEO Is Building a Thai Entertainment Empire
  24. Industry Ministry to no longer require factory license renewals
  25. Tranny Does Well
  26. Trade war has little to no impact on Thai economy: UTCC
  27. Thailand's Cash Cow
  28. TNSC wants Govt to build dry ports
  29. Thai Credit Retail Bank offers loans to market vendors, micro SMEs
  30. BoT issuing new rules to protect against a real estate bubble
  31. Analysts say strong baht reflection of nation's good economic performance
  32. Locust Decline Worries Greedy Merchants
  33. Agencies urged to encourage people to plant perennial trees as collateral
  34. BOT to issue regulations on car-for-cash schemes
  35. GHB maintains loan interest rate at 3% for low-income earners buying homes
  36. Chinese traders increase investment in Thai banana plantations
  37. Erawan and Bongkot gas field auction
  38. August's export reaches record high at 22.79 billion dollars
  39. Min of Finance says Thai economy remains strong amidst market volatility
  40. DTAC to axe 0ver 94625 customers from 15th
  41. NHA, Krungthai Bank roll out loan scheme for real estate operators, buyers
  42. A handful of Asia's currencies are holding up amid the carnage hitting their peers
  43. Seminar held to entice entrepreneurs to invest in Africa
  44. SME Bank offering loans to improve business liquidity
  45. Indian rupee hits record low as emerging market currencies sink in Asia
  46. BoT to issue digital currency
  47. New industrial estate in Rayong open to Chinese-speaking investors
  48. BoT says there remain imminent risks to Thai economy
  49. UTCC forecasts 4.5-5% economic growth throughout this year
  50. B.Grimm Power Plc (BGRIM) has completed a US$35.2 million acquisition in one larger s
  51. SEC claims Turkish currency devaluation not affecting Thai investment funds
  52. Bitcoin or Gold?
  53. Baht Interest Rates Update
  54. Thai businesses to revitalize Pattaya tourism via economic zone
  55. Thai Union quarterly profit sinks 99 pct on Walmart settlement
  56. Thai export growth in first half of 2018 breaks 7-year record
  57. Trade war escalation could smash global economy and equities: UBS
  58. Beware Chinese Lemmings!
  59. Fluctuations in the Baht have little impact on economy
  60. Thailand plans regional alternative to Belt and Road
  61. Investors remain confident in Thai stock market despite foreign capital outflow
  62. Tech start-ups thrive in Thailand as it aims to be a global start-up destination
  63. Thailand's Economic Outlook in Six Charts
  64. TMB Analytics raises economic forecast following positive factors
  65. Price of jasmine rice soars, thanks to strong foreign demand
  66. Govt plans to evenly distribute benefits from economic growth
  67. Chinese demand for Thai durians rises in April
  68. Foreign businesses bring in 4.8 billion baht in first four months
  69. Exports in first 2 quarters hits 7-year high
  70. DHL, Thailand Post launch e-commerce partnership
  71. Money Expo 2018 in full swing
  72. Thailand exports more than 3 million tons of rice in first four months
  73. Cash-Rich Thai Oil Explorer Eyes Assets Worth Up to $1 Billion
  74. Thailand's Richest 2018: Skin-Whitening Craze Continues To Surge Across Asia
  75. Thailand's Richest
  76. Indonesia shares dive to over 4-month low, SET loses again
  77. Cabinet gives nod to new government pension fund law
  78. GSB issues special savings deposit for state welfare recipients
  79. Thailand Post expects business growth at 30bn baht
  80. Mexican ambassador pays courtesy call on PMO minister
  81. BTS Adequate...Except During Peak Hours
  82. PM Prayut meets Alibaba's Jack Ma to discuss business, cooperation
  83. "Style April 2018" to showcase lifestyle products from local designers
  84. Thai Regulators Asked to Ease New Crypto currency Taxes
  85. Conflict in Syria may affect Thai economy
  86. BOT to maintain relaxed monetary policy
  87. Songkran spending expected at 13-year high record this year
  88. Possible Upcoming Baht Decline
  89. UK keen to invest in EEC: Commerce minister
  90. This Thai Billionaire Just Saw Half of His Fortune Wiped Out
  91. Commerce Min: US tariffs against China will impact Thai economy
  92. Fee Free: Two of the biggest Thai banks remove transfer fees
  93. Deposit Protection Agency affirms solvency of deposit protection fund
  94. New visas to entice foreign IT experts
  95. Thailand enjoys 10.3% export growth in Feb
  96. Commerce Min joins hands with big stores
  97. Foreign investors on edge in junta ruled Thailand
  98. State agencies seek solutions to impact of strong baht
  99. 2018 auto parts expo to kick off next month
  100. Thailand urged to team up for new farming solutions
  101. Thais spend one-tenth of the day with YouTube
  102. Industrial confidence dips ahead of April wage hike
  103. BoT promoting financial technologies to SMEs at Bangkok Fintech Fair 2018
  104. House and Condo Expo 2018 underway at Queen Sirikit Convention Center
  105. Livestock Dpt taking steps to manage chicken and egg supplies
  106. THAIFEX - World of Food Asia 2018 to be held from May 29-June 2
  107. Central bank governor: Thai economy in upward trend
  108. Doing Away With Paper and Coins
  109. Purchase of energy from solar rooftops expected to be deregulated in April
  110. PM satisfied with Thailand's 8th rank in Best Country for Investment
  111. Thailand gained over 200 billion baht trade surplus in 2017
  112. Dollars devalue against Baht amid US heavy tariffs on steel, aluminum
  113. IEAT: More industrial land sold to investors
  114. Forbes names ThaiBev founder 65th richest man of 2018
  115. DLT in search of operators for cross-border transport services
  116. How Thai poultry business is revamping its image
  117. Brexit might adversely affect Thai exports to U.K.: Commercial attache
  118. 2017 Export growth reaches 6-yr high
  119. EEC investment to boost Thailand's GDP growth by 5%: official
  120. No governing law makes digital currency investment risky: SEC
  121. GH Bank providing mortgage loans for expat Thais
  122. DIT explains price movements of palm oil, soybean oil
  123. Local Does Well
  124. Commodity prices rise ahead of Chinese New Year
  125. Commerce Min advises rice farmers not to speed up production
  126. FETCO sees market volatility as short term
  127. Benefits of a Strong Dollar
  128. BOT promotes Thai-Chinese currency exchange
  129. JSCCIB: Too soon to say if exports affected by stronger baht
  130. Thailand to keep eye on US stock market and global interest rates
  131. January CCI hits highest point in 36 months
  132. Tax cuts provided for private donations to govt's innovation funds
  133. SME Bank to lend 78 billion baht in loans to small businesses
  134. Thailand best country to start up business: U.S. News & World Report
  135. 2017's investments exceed expectations: BOI
  136. Commerce minister expects six percent export growth in 2018
  137. BOT yet to intervene in baht movement amid appreciation
  138. 2017 exports hit 6 year high, analysts optimistic for 2018
  139. Sugar price declining
  140. SCB to reduce number of branches to 400
  141. Minimum wage raise not affecting goods prices: Commerce Minister
  142. Thai Baht Extends Itís Gains Crossing Over 32 US Dollar Benchmark
  143. GHBank to allocate 189 bn baht in loans to low-income citizens
  144. SCB Securities forecasts SET index to reach 1,900 by end-2018
  145. Rice exports reach record high in 2017
  146. SCB Economic Intelligence Center forecasts 4% GDP growth this year
  147. Thai baht volatile amidst global uncertainties
  148. A Success despite Obvious Incompetence
  149. Commerce Ministry: Inflation up 0.78% in December
  150. Bank of Thailand Governor Defends Thai Monetary Policy
  151. Petroleum concessions for Erawan and Bongkot fields to be auctioned
  152. SET: Economic recovery fires up stock market
  153. More is Less: Overcome by Chinese Influx
  154. Gold expected to reach high of 22,000 THB/oz next year
  155. Informal loan problem solving progresses as planned
  156. USA Fed Raises Rates While Keeping Three-Hike Outlook for 2018
  157. 2018 deemed perfect time for offshore investment
  158. Bank of Ayudhya: Thai baht may reach 4-yr high in 2018
  159. Leading economist forecasts no political repercussion on economy in 2018
  160. KBank to open Chinese headquarters in Shenzhen
  161. Govt strives to further raise Thailandís ease of doing business ranking
  162. Whatís hot, whatís not in Asian real estate
  163. E-commerce giants hold trade workshop for SME operators
  164. Baht hits highest in 2-1/2 years
  165. Former B of E Gov reckons the global banking system 'not safe'
  166. BoT allows 5 banks to operate E-Payment QR codes
  167. Economy Improves Despite Baht Rise
  168. Junta-run Thailand grasps for more FDI
  169. DOE provides 31 million baht loans to working-from-home people
  170. Thailandís Sansiri takes stake in Tyler BrŻlťís Monocle
  171. Thai rubber farmers plan protest over low prices
  172. Defence & Security 2017: Saab plans Thai expansion
  173. Krungthai Bank launches "KTB SME Loan"
  174. Cabinet greenlights 23-day tax incentive for shoppers
  175. Political woes seen pulling down peso
  176. 2017 layoffs still lower than 2016: DLPW
  177. Heavy debt load in Laos
  178. Easier to do business under Thai military rule
  179. Thailand defends plan to transfer money from idle accounts to treasury
  180. Rise in poultry consumption in Japan benefits Thai exports
  181. BoT says global economy performing well
  182. Jan-Sept exports jump 9.3%, hit 6-year high
  183. Crash of '87: What have we learnt and could it happen again?
  184. Thailand Denies Baht Manipulation Ahead of U.S. Currency Report
  185. Kanchanaburi tourism operators to have more business opportunities with China
  186. Thai rice price up 15% this year on high demand
  187. Thailandís informal debt hits 10-year low
  188. World Bank raises growth forecasts in Asia report
  189. VAT remains at 7% for one more year
  190. Thai Baht Defies Gravity, Risen by 8% Against the US Dollar this Year
  191. August's MPI shows national economy has continued to expand
  192. Benchmark interest rate kept at 1.5 percent for the 19th time
  193. Gold prices rebound strongly amid new round of war concern
  194. Tak ready for special economic zone
  195. Thailand at third place on world tourism revenue list
  196. Home loan approvals break target on high economic confidence
  197. GSB launches "Street Food Loans" to upgrade street food vendors
  198. Thailand's Central Bank Has a Major Dilemma: Its Currency
  199. Gold prices continue to fall
  200. Thai Central Bank Steps in to Stop Rise of Thai Baht
  201. A special police panel set up to probe zero-dollar tourism business
  202. Thailand Tobacco Monopoly sees 7 billion baht in lost revenue due to new excise tax
  203. Thai shares hit highest close in over 2 decades
  204. Digital advertising: Real promise marred by bots, trickery and fake ads
  205. B600-700 minimum wage not possible: Labour spokesman
  206. Government eyes 3.03 trillion baht revenue from tourism next year
  207. Easy access to loans make young generation in major cities over-indebted
  208. ENCON Fund approves eight billion baht for alternative energy projects
  209. 4,500 shops to accept low-income earners' welfare cards
  210. Asean free trade still a distant notion
  211. Higher taxes on sweetened beverages to be effective this month
  212. Thailand remains world's No.1 rice exporter
  213. Gold soars 300 baht amid rising Korean crisis
  214. PTT stations Jiffy to replace 7-Eleven
  215. Doing Well
  216. Tourism rakes in one trillion baht in first 7 months
  217. Pig raisers protest against import of pig meat from the US
  218. Policy rate put on hold at 1.5%
  219. Toyota Wants To Build Electrified Vehicles In Thailand
  220. As Thailand's corporate cash pile swells, investors grow restless
  221. Govt pushes for biopharmaceutical development
  222. CP Uber Alles
  223. Commerce Min to curb feed corn price as oversupply looms
  224. Thai Stocks / Shares and the SET general news
  225. Government gives more credit lines to farmers
  226. State to launch quality taxi services in November
  227. Flood economic damages estimated at over 15.7 billion baht
  228. Sin taxes set to rise to cover welfare for elderly poor
  229. Not toeing the taxi monopoly line
  230. LPG price float wonít affect people: Energy Ministry
  231. Gold price rises 150 baht today
  232. 1.8 billion baht set aside to promote use of rubber
  233. Central bank cuts credit card loan rate to 18% from 20%
  234. Making/losing money on shares
  235. Foreign buyers lift Thai property market from doldrums
  236. IEAT opens new cargo ship port in Maptaphut
  237. Thai exports hit new high as world economy improves
  238. Revenue chief warns of prison term for using fake tax refund forms
  239. Sinking in the Swamp
  240. Baht closes at 33.66 baht/dollar, the strongest in 25 months
  241. 68 percent of Thais are in debt: Nida Poll and Credit Bureau
  242. Eat, Shop, Rinse, Repeat
  243. Central bank to tighten control on extension of personal and credit card loans
  244. Thai swine raisers call for Governmentís ban of US pork imports
  245. Commerce Ministry promotes organic farming
  246. Weakening of the baht could boost Thai exports
  247. Whatís in store for the future of Thai auto industry?
  248. Thai bank SCB halts $3 billion insurance unit sale as talks fail
  249. BoT : Banks must not lower guards against ATM skimming
  250. Consumersí confidence index drops to the lowest point in five months