Erich Parpart

Erich Parpart is the Business Editor at Thai Enquirer.
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Thai economy shielded from political tensions so far

Rising political tensions within the parliament and universities’ walls has yet to add to Thailand’s economic woes, but it may already be...

SET falls below 1400

Thai shares plunged by another 42 points, or 2.92 per cent, on Wednesday morning following a huge drop of 59 points on...

Coronavirus still main reason for SET red zone

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)’s fluctuation on Tuesday took the index down to 1416 - its lowest point of the day...

Government should concentrate on “weak economy” after censure debate

The dissolution of the Future Forward Party (FFP), one of the most vocal opponents of the government, is likely to increase political...

No circuit breaker for SET, yet

The Stock of Exchange of Thailand (SET) plunged more than 50 points on Monday as the market panicked over the outbreak of...

Exports beat expectations in January

Thailand’s export numbers in January beat market expectations on Monday, as the Ministry of Commerce said Thailand’s exports had expanded 3.35 per...

Market Update: SET down by 36 points, CRC stock price down

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) took a 36-point beating from the rapid spread of the coronavirus in South Korea on Monday...

Market Watch: SET in the red zone as political and outbreak pressures rising

The dissolution of the Future Forward Party last Friday and the beginning of censure debates in the parliament on Monday means political...

AOT says it is trying to help small businesses but its new plans will aid King Power the most

Following an Airports of Thailand (AOT)’s board of directors meeting on Wednesday, the company approved a 10.5-year duty-free concession at Don Mueang...

Market Watch: SET braces for Constitutional Court verdict

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) went below the psychological mark of 1500 points on Thursday. Even the launch of the biggest...

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Thai economy shielded from political tensions so far

Rising political tensions within the parliament and universities’ walls has yet to add to Thailand’s economic woes, but it may already be...

SET falls below 1400

Thai shares plunged by another 42 points, or 2.92 per cent, on Wednesday morning following a huge drop of 59 points on...

OPINION: Independent filmmakers need more support from the government

For young people in Thailand, independent film is a relatively new phenomenon. Not until “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives”...