Fri, August 17, 2007 : Last updated 17:21 hours
Media professionals decry government interference
Bad assets balloon in first quarter
But syndicated project loans are projected to grow sharply next year
How Kasikorn rode out the crisis
Kasikornbank used four key strategies to deal with the 1997 financial crisis and recover after the storm.
Impact runs buses
3rd-party insurance required for fuel stands
Thai deputy PM: baht rise only short-term
China interested in 3G project in Thailand, says Sitthichai
Asia Metal unveils new shareholder
GENERAL BUSINESS NEWS
Farmers urged to go organic
Machinery repairs to cut imports
Industry to assess TAT chief
Cargo firms urged to adopt TMS software
Microsoft partners with Viet Nam firms for online services
Commodities the 'best way to ride Asian boom'
Hyundai-Kia increase presence in US market
High hopes for India-Thai FTA
Rise and fall of daimaru
Sansiri condo sold out under 60 days
Discounts for first 20 units
Unhurried strategy for success
Consumer & Marketing News
TOT will be punished
Olgilvy & Mather still focused on traditional media
TOA Paint partners with Japanese firm in first JV since 1997 crisis
ICC using innovation to counter falling sales
Bank profits likely down slightly
AACP in career drive
Foreign investors flee Thai bonds
Infrastructure and efficiency must improve: BOT chief
A bad blast from the past
Gold in the pink market Novotel Siam Square
Stepping down amid the tears
Grey-haired cool rules!
TFEX contracts reach a record high
Tuesday, which saw a 10-year-high on the SET Index, also marked a record for the two-year-old Thailand Futures....
Challenge to verdicts
Ailing Picnic Corp has appealed civil court verdicts requiring the company to settle Bt510 million in debts.
Phillip joins mutual fund market
The asset management arm of Phillip Securities (Thailand) yesterday officially joined the mutual fund....
Tariff cuts to boost agricultural imports
Farm goods from Indochinese countries, including Vietnam, will have more access to the Thai market after the....
Thai SME wares set for Daiso's shelves
Daiso Industries, Japan's top living-ware supplier by volume, has agreed to
New hub plan to lift exports
With the global economy likely to slow this year, the Commerce Ministry has launched a new local-regional hub....
Hotel and elephants
From being a regular historical-site visitor and foreign-language enthusiast, Bilaibhan Sampatisiri is a....
Safe haven in stormy times
With the stock market volatile and the direction of interest rates uncertain, the world of money-market funds....
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