Thu, January 17, 2008 : Last updated 22:26 hours
SET up 1.88% at midday
The SET was up by 1.88 per cent to 788.33 at midday on Thursday.
Some prices may be floated
Ministry could allow some goods to change in line with raw-material costs
SET slumps 9% in 16 days
Fall continues as Citigroup loss triggers fresh round of foreign selling
MIDA raises stake in JR Deal
SATTEL serves Lebanese TV
Asia Pacific retail bouyed on consumer confidence
THAI to lease 14 Boeing 787s
Lexus prices cut on Jtepa
GENERAL BUSINESS NEWS
THAI approves 787 leasing, new surcharge
Suppliers to get legal protection
No change from TTM
Thailand to stage region's first gasohol E85 test drive
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
The cult path to achieving the improbable
Company proves high quality of Thai R&D
A pioneer at only 40
A year of change
Consumer & Marketing News
DTAC and CAT may tie up on 3G
Fashion firms sing Thai praises
Glenmorangie gets a new look
Master Ad plans IT network solution
BAAC to support domestic shrimp consumption
MPC warns of threats
Tisco gives free use of other ATMs
Rude awakening shocks Citi
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Serm Suk promotions
Serm Suk has appointed two experienced executives to strengthen its leadership of the beverage market.
Kosit denies graft allegation
Deputy Prime Minister and Industry Minister Kosit Panpiemras refuted allegations he used his power to approve....
Oil prices cut
All retailers will lower their pump prices 40 satang a litre today after recent reductions in global oil....
Toyota Motor Thailand slashed the prices of new Lexus vehicles by between Bt300,000 and Bt640,000 on January....
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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