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OPINION

Securing Thailand's energy future

Oped, Published on 22/05/2024

» Since the 2021 military coup in Myanmar, foreign governments -- in particular the European Union and the United States, have issued travel bans and frozen the financial assets of corporate entities and individuals involved with the military regime. The most recent US financial sanction on the Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (Moge), a major source of foreign currency revenue for the military government, which took effect in November 2023, is a potential risk to Thailand as it is reliant on gas from Myanmar for electricity generation.

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GENERAL

Gearing up for the new economy

Lamonphet Apisitniran, Published on 20/05/2024

» Business challenges have prompted the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) to come up with new projects, hoping to strengthen local entrepreneurs.

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GENERAL

Businesses up in smoke

Business, Published on 20/05/2024

» A deadline set by cannabis advocacy groups is rapidly approaching for the government to justify its plan to reclassify cannabis as a narcotic.

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GENERAL

B.Grimm Power diversifying into data centres

Yuthana Praiwan, Published on 17/05/2024

» SET-listed B.Grimm Power Plc (BGRIM), the country’s largest developer and operator of small power producer (SPP) plants by capacity, is preparing to diversify into the data centre business.

OPINION

Is climate action a trump card?

News, Published on 13/05/2024

» If former US president Donald Trump returns to the White House next year, China needs to step up to assume the mantle of global climate leadership -- an outcome that many have considered impossible. After all, China has been the world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases for nearly two decades, currently accounting for 35% of global carbon dioxide emissions. But geopolitical dynamics can shift quickly in the face of conflict, economic strife and crucial elections, meaning that China could soon be seen in a new light.

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LIFE

Smoggy Bangkok gets a badly needed breath of fresh air

Published on 12/05/2024

» For more than half a century, Thailand’s state-owned tobacco monopoly mass-produced cigarettes at a sprawling industrial estate in Bangkok. A steady stream of heavy trucks brought raw tobacco into the heart of the city and hauled millions of cigarettes away.

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INVESTMENT

Asian shares on course for third week of gains

Business, Published on 11/05/2024

» RECAP: Asian stocks rose on Friday, on course for a third week of gains, while the dollar was steady as fresh signs of an easing US labour market stoked optimism about interest rate cuts before the year is out.

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THAILAND

First 5G Factory in Southeast Asia Launched

Published on 10/05/2024

» Midea, AIS, China Unicom, and Huawei have jointly built the first 5G fully connected factory in Southeast Asia, setting a new standard for smart manufacturing in Thailand at the forefront of innovation. This collaboration marks a new step in ushering in the 5G era, enhancing efficiency, safety, and automation in complicated production processes.

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GENERAL

Gas pipeline opens after years-long delay

Business, Yuthana Praiwan, Published on 10/05/2024

» Thailand's longest onshore gas pipeline has opened to facilitate gas transport for power plants and factories, following a delay related to the pandemic, says PTT president and chief executive Auttapol Rerkpiboon.

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Revised power plan promotes clean alternatives

Business, Yuthana Praiwan, Published on 10/05/2024

» Nuclear energy and hydrogen fuel will be included in the revised version of Thailand's power development plan (PDP), which emphasises more use of clean energy, says the Energy Policy and Planning Office (Eppo).