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    Iconic Dusit Thani Bangkok to reopen

    Business, Published on 28/02/2024

    » Dusit Hotels and Resorts has announced it plans to reopen Dusit Thani Bangkok in September 2024.

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    Thailand targets A-list stars

    Business, Published on 28/02/2024

    » With an ambitious target to establish Thailand as a festival hub in Southeast Asia and draw more international concerts, the government is planning to meet top record companies and concert organisers for global artists to discuss the pros and cons of hosting such events in the country, and which factors can be improved.

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    Europeans drive up room rates in the South

    Business, Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 22/02/2024

    » Longer stays from European guests helped drive room revenue in the first quarter in southern provinces, as room rates set a new record despite a small number of Chinese tourists.

  • News & article

    CRC unit sees tourism pacing growth

    Business, Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 17/02/2024

    » Thailand's food industry should grow 2-3% in 2024, driven by inbound tourists nearing the level tallied in 2019, according to Central Food Wholesale.

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    Surge in new office supply to prompt rejig

    Business, Kanana Katharangsiporn, Published on 15/02/2024

    » As around 1.4 million square metres of new office space is slated for completion between 2024 and 2026, landlords of existing office space should renovate or add new amenities to retain their existing tenants as new office towers will seek to attract both new clients and tenants of existing properties looking to relocate.

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    Central's Q1/2024 Expansion: 2 Billion Baht, 2 Renovations, 2 Stores

    Published on 14/02/2024

    » Central Department Store, under Central Retail, is ushering in 2024 with a robust start, unveiling a comprehensive business plan for the first quarter. Central Department Store is set to unveil significant renovations at two of its Bangkok branches, namely Central Megabangna and Central Fashion Island. Simultaneously, it will mark the grand openings of two new stores: Central Nakhon Sawan and Central Nakhon Pathom. With a collective investment of 2 billion Baht, Central Department Store is solidifying its status as the nationwide destination for inspiration. The strategic placement of these four branches aims to create life-defining moments in locations with immense potential in Bangkok, the upper central region, and the western re-gion. As the company forges ahead, it is committed to providing a superior shopping experi-ence tailored to the lifestyles of every generation. Moreover, this initiative is expected to stimu-late the economy and generate employment opportunities in every region of Thailand. Anticipat-ing a 15% surge in traffic for Central Department Store this year, the company is poised to rein-force its position as the No.1 department store that has captured the hearts of the Thai people for nearly eight decades.

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    SC Asset sees tough residential market

    Business, Kanana Katharangsiporn, Published on 09/02/2024

    » SET-listed SC Asset Corporation plans to focus on recurring income properties, allocating an annual investment budget for non-residential projects of 15% of the total budget over five years, up from 10%.

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    Seacon forecasts 10-15% revenue growth

    Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 08/02/2024

    » Seacon, one of the country's oldest homebuilders, says demand for large homes and an improving economy will help drive revenue this year to 2.3 billion baht.

  • News & article

    Standard preps Hua Hin, Phuket projects

    Business, Kanana Katharangsiporn, Published on 07/02/2024

    » Hospitality firm Standard International is planning to launch two projects of The Standard Residences in Phuket and Hua Hin in the second quarter, with combined sales of 8.5 billion baht, aiming to achieve a 60% target in presales.

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    PAT's Forum Spotlights Bangkok Port's Transformation for Competitiveness

    Published on 06/02/2024

    » The Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) recently hosted a forum titled "Engineering Feasibility, Economics, Finance, and Environmental Impact Studies for Distribution Centre, Office Building, and Bangkok Port Support Area," aimed at enhancing its competitive capacity as the key national distribution centre. Thawisak Anakkhaphan, Advisor to Manaporn Charoensri, Minister of Transport, and Suttipot Thawornphisankasem, Advisor to the Minister of Transport, participated in the event's discussions, focusing on "Distribution Centre Development and New Business in Bangkok Port" to boost competitiveness and transform into a Smart & Green Port.

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