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Consumer price index continues to contract in November

The Ministry of Commerce said on Friday that the consumer price index (CPI) continued to decline but also saw a smaller contraction in nine months.This was weighed down by raw food, especially...

Controversial ban on online sales of booze to come into effect amid cries from businesses

The controversial ban on online sales of alcoholic products is imminent as the law will come into effect next Monday.Entrepreneurs, businesses and activists in the field have been campaigning against it for the...

Thai Consumer confidence in November hits nine month peak, says UTCC

Thailand’s consumer confidence in November, which has increased in the past two months, is at a nine-month high of 52.4 points in the measurement index, the Center for Economic and Business Forecasting at the University of the...

Thai exports to grow 4 per cent in 2021, says The Ministry of Commerce

The Ministry of Commerce said this week it expects Thai exports in 2021 to grow 4 per cent, rising from this year's contraction due to negative factors amid the COVID-19 epidemic and anticipated 2020 full-year exports to...

Kerry announces IPO range of 25 – 28 baht to be sold this December

Kerry Express Thailand (KEX), a leading parcel delivery provider, announced the price range of its initial public offering (IPO) of between 25 - 28 baht with 300 million shares to be sold. According to...

Car trade-in scheme on hold for now

The Thai government said on Tuesday that it would delay a car trade-in scheme meant to stimulate the automotive industry as it was not ready for launch yet.Supattanapong Punmeechaow, the Deputy Prime Minister...

Sansiri moves shares worth more than a billion in joint venture companies

Sansiri Plc (SIRI), one of leading property developers in Thailand, reported on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) this week that it has moved ordinary shares worth over one billion baht among 11 joint venture companies. 

Singha says it will sue protesters for defamation

Boon Rawd Brewery, the parent company of Singha Beer, said that it plans on suing protesters for defamation after social media posts accused the company of aiding security forces in their crackdown on protesters at parliament.

Tisco reports improvement in loan growth but uncertainty over NPLs still high

TISCO Financial Group Plc (TISCO) said on Friday that it expected its overall loan outlook of 2020 to slightly improve following the demand from big creditors and believed that non-performing loans (NPLs) would still continue to grow.

Signs of life as manufacturing index expected to rise in November, December

Thailand’s manufacturing production index (MPI) dropped by -0.54 per cent year-on-year to 95.72 points in October, the Office of Industrial Economics (OIE) said on Friday.The index has, however, increased from the 2.15 per...

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Consumer price index continues to contract in November

The Ministry of Commerce said on Friday that the consumer price index (CPI) continued to decline but also saw a smaller contraction...

Controversial ban on online sales of booze to come into effect amid cries from businesses

The controversial ban on online sales of alcoholic products is imminent as the law will come into effect next Monday.