Mon, January 7, 2008 : Last updated 21:15 hours
SET down 1.58% at midday
The SET index was down by 1.58 per cent to 808.69 at midday on Monday.
True, AIS eye CAT frequencies
Operators say they intend muscling in on bands now used by their rivals
The pros and cons of tax reform
Long-overdue tax reform awaits the new government.
PTTAR bonds rated "A+"
EXIM appoints new CFO
STEC wins Bt609 mn project
Tisco launches new FIF
TPIPL keeps fighting on penalty
GENERAL BUSINESS NEWS
Alternative fuels in inflation sums
Supalai confident of better year
SRT seeks positive spin
Palm-oil policy has wide impact in the South
Power trading for the Greater Mekong area
Vietnamese seek overseas cures
Beijing: Mattel's apology opens new rift in toy recall spat
Beijing: More than 100 firms closed down in food safety inspection
Kingdom cries out for skills
Property firms prepare for year of hot competition
Campaigning for an innovative society
'Thanks for not coming'
Consumer & Marketing News
The Wikinomics world
Retailers look for spending stimulus
Spending to slide
D7 in big race for No-3 market position
Smaller players inch towards universal banking
Banks in quest for 'difference'
Revamp by SET & SEC
Politics likely to continue to influence SET
Reinventing the wheel
Shattering an oasis of peace
Looking on the dark side
2008: From bad to worse?
Thailand Post shop franchises
Thailand Post will launch its Thailand Post shop franchise early this year following board approval.
Ministry hot about hikes
The Commerce Ministry will take legal action against unscrupulous cooking-gas retailers involved in price....
Request to maintain fares
Transport Minister Theera Haocharoen yesterday suggested the boards of Transport Co and the Bangkok Mass....
New tourist ferry connects Langkawi
A recent collaboration between Langkawi, Malaysia-based Mahsuri Travel and Tours and Tigerline Travel in....
Expo '07 showcases new media
A group of prominent organisers yesterday announced the staging in Bangkok of Media Asia Expo '07, an....
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....
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Keeping them smiling
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