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SET up 1.53%
The SET index was up by 1.53 per cent to 868.68 at midday on Friday.
Farm-goods firms in profit bonanza
Securities analysts are maintaining "buy" recommendations on agriculture-related stocks in....
Developers eye subway routes for high gains
A convenient commute makes these areas popular with Thais, foreigners
Food makers must be environmental-friendly
AIS shareholders approve Bt14 bn bonds
BBL prepares extra Bt20 bn for Songkran
New air route opened for Olympics
Chevron starts on Platong Gas II projects
An insider view of growing with Big Blue
Taking only four years to become a marketing manager at IBM Thailand, Thanwa Laohasiriwong had shown his....
Your identity can influence your business
As an individual or as a business leader, do you know your identity?
IBM seeks to be an outsourcing point
Streamlined IBM looks to manage non-core areas for other companies
Human resources Q&A ... with Supachai Manusphaibhool
Q: As sympathetic employers, we do not like to dismiss an employee.
Understanding the Palestinian angst
A local Palestinian rights advocacy group wants to inform Thais on the region from their perspective
Media misused to incite violence
News outlets should examine charges of media's 'toxic irresponsibility'
Scientists measure the forest's breath
Planting trees, we are told, is an effective way to combat climate change. Trees absorb carbon dioxide (CO2)....
The fight to rescue those who've disappeared Pennapa Hongthong
Since March, Thitima Meepan, head of the Mirror Foundation's Back to Home programme, must be relieved -....
GENERAL BUSINESS NEWS
Surapong: growth is govt's priority
KTB keeps close eye on rice-exporting client
Suppliers line up for price hike
Developers struggle with rising costs
Luxury properties go on show
Wanted: a television show to end home misery
Popcorn and premiums on the menu at Money Expo
SET likely to rise this week as concerns ease
Speculation on mergers continues
ThaiSomdej to expand facilities
Delay in 3G approval for DTAC
Healthy gain for BEC World
Consumer & Marketing News
Continental to invest 100 million pounds
Privilege opens outlets for its broad range of spa products
April vehicle sales down, but dealers are not too sad
Accor plans six new hotels
Insurance premiums likely to rise as costs soar
Govt 'must trim debt for higher ratings'
Five Life-Insurance Mistakes that could Cost You Dearly
Need rice? Bartering is one option
As THAI lags behind, other carriers step up
Lessons from fruits and pressed contractors
An additional Bt2 a day doesn't go far these days
Dog days in Kanchanaburi: down to one meal a day
SME BANK seeks to cut risk of NPLS
The SME Development Bank and the Institute for Small and Medium Enterprises Development have launched a....
Thai rice roadshow in shortage nations
The Commerce Ministry is visiting countries hungry for rice in a move to keep prices high throughout the year.....
Construction costs to lift condo prices
Prices of residential are expected to rise between 5 per cent and 10 per cent in the second half of the year....
Government to continue cheap rice SALES all year, warns millers of action
The government's cheap-rice-for-consumers scheme will run throughout the year, and Thailand will focus on....
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
Proctor and Gamble's Medhee Jarumaneeroj believes employee happiness is a winning strategy
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