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MOTORING

Local EV industry sees bright prospects

Business, Published on 07/05/2024

» Local operators of businesses related to electric vehicles (EVs) remain upbeat about the growth prospects of the Thai EV market, as they do not expect a slump similar to the one in Europe.

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THAILAND

The Bangkok Metropolitan Council

Published on 13/04/2024

» Ms. Naruenarnmont Houngsap, Spokesperson of Bangkok Metropolitan Council, was appointed to chair the special committee to study the replacement of government vehicles with EV vehicles. In addition, Mr. Viput Srivaurai, Member of BMC Bankg Rak District, was also a witness to the launch of the Thai application Saifah for EV car users with Mr. Chadchart Sittipunt, Governor of Bangkok. There was Mr. Veerasit Manawa, CEO of Saifah EV Company Limited, who provided information at the Irawat Phatthana Building, Bangkok City Hall 2, Din Daeng.

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THAILAND

'7 dangerous days' of travelling begin

News, Onnucha Hutasingh, Published on 12/04/2024

» People have started travelling upcountry ahead of the Songkran holiday amid concerns from road safety advocates over increases in road accidents outside of the so-called "seven dangerous days" of travelling.

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THAILAND

EA Clinches Top Energy Industry Award in Thailand

Published on 09/04/2024

» Energy Absolute Public Company Limited, or EA, won the Thailand Top Company Award 2024 in the energy industry category. Mr. Chatrapon Sripratum, Vice President of the Climate Change Strategy & Sustainability, represented the company in receiving the award from His Excellency Professor Emeritus Dr. Kasem Wattanachai, Privy Councillor. The award is presented to outstanding organisations with excellent performance and excellence in their respective industries, honouring organisations that have elevated their potential in sustainable business management, which is a crucial foundation for Thailand's economy.

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OPINION

The correct response to Beijing's EV subsidies

Oped, Published on 09/04/2024

» US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's nearly weeklong visit to China, now underway, will most likely focus on US concerns about Chinese subsidies to producers of electric vehicles and other clean-tech goods.

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GENERAL

Krungsri bullish on SME loan growth

Business, Somruedi Banchongduang, Published on 05/04/2024

» Bank of Ayudhya (Krungsri) is upbeat about achieving small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) loan growth of 2-3% this year, following an uptick in the first quarter as the Thai economy gradually recovers.

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TAT plans to upgrade second-tier areas

Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 01/04/2024

» The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) wants to increase tourism in second-tier areas by improving small hotels and promoting electric vehicle (EV) travel as oil prices surge.

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MOTORING

Bumpy road for EV evolution

Published on 25/03/2024

» The rapid growth in electric vehicle investment in Thailand from many Chinese EV makers is, in the eyes of some industry observers, reminiscent of "zero dollar" tours.

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Innopower to invest in EV factory

Business, Yuthana Praiwan, Published on 20/03/2024

» Innopower Co, an energy developer under the state-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat), is planning to become an electric vehicle (EV) assembler, aiming to catch a trend.

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THAILAND

TTB's Responsible Lending Paves Path to Sustainable Banking

Published on 11/03/2024

» Chairman of TMBThanachart (TTB) unveils the 2024 strategic plan, focusing on products and services development through Ecosystem Play, utilising digital channels as the primary platform for developing and managing personalised customer relationships. Aligned with the government’s policy to alleviate Thais’ debt burdens, the TTB strategy underscores Responsible Lending and Transition Finance to assist clients in transitioning to eco-friendly business models. This reinforces the Bank’s commitment to sustainable banking and enhancing the financial well-being of Thai people, with the Bank’s goal of achieving Net-zero Commitment.