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GENERAL

Local traders optimistic on price outlook for gold

Business, Nareerat Wiriyapong, Published on 24/07/2024

» Local gold traders remain bullish about bullion's price trend, saying prices could top US$2,500 an ounce by end-2024 with a significant price increase expected after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) cuts US interest rates in September.

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THAILAND

30 smuggled cars sent back to UK

Post Reporters, Published on 19/07/2024

» The recent return of 30 smuggled luxury cars to the United Kingdom was the culmination of cooperation effort involving Thai and British law enforcement, according to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI).

OPINION

Inequality spurs democratic backsliding

News, Published on 15/07/2024

» With November's election in the United States fast approaching, Democrats continue to debate whether to campaign on the economy or the future of democracy. In fact, our research at the Chicago Center on Democracy shows that the two issues are closely connected: high levels of income inequality increase the risk of a democracy sliding into autocracy.

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WORLD

Musk donates to Trump, tapping fortune to swing 2024 race

Bloomberg News, Published on 13/07/2024

» NEW YORK - Billionaire Elon Musk has donated to a super political action committee working to elect Donald Trump to the White House, a major gambit by the world's richest person to make his imprint on the political landscape of the United States.

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GENERAL

Risk appetite improves as US rate-cut hopes rise

Business, Published on 13/07/2024

» RECAP: Most Asian stock markets struggled for direction yesterday, but were set to post weekly gains as risk sentiment got a boost after a surprisingly soft US inflation data fuelled bets for a September interest-rate cut.

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GENERAL

Power bills poised to rise later this year

Yuthana Praiwan, Published on 12/07/2024

» Businesses and households in Thailand are likely to pay higher electricity bills later this year as the power tariff is set to increase from 4.18 baht per kilowatt-hour (unit) during the cool season, says the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC).

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GENERAL

Team signs rice deal with Philippines worth B2.8bn

Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 11/07/2024

» The Commerce Ministry led a team of rice exporters to the Philippines, signing memorandums of understanding (MoUs) on rice trade worth 2.8 billion baht.

GENERAL

Asean's free trade successes are only the beginning

Business, Published on 10/07/2024

» An upgrade to the Southeast Asian bloc's key trade agreement holds huge potential for businesses that can keep up with a changing regulatory environment.

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GENERAL

Europe taxes EVs, China goes after cognac

Published on 06/07/2024

» AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France - China’s anti-dumping investigation into Europe’s cognac industry is a tit-for-tat reaction to European Union tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, says the luxury goods group LVMH.

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MOTORING

BYD urged to shield EV prices

News, Bangkok Post, Published on 06/07/2024

» Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin called on BYD (Build Your Dreams), China's electric vehicle (EV) giant, to ensure protection and a proper pricing policy for consumers after some of its dealers offered steep discounts, leaving customers who had bought the vehicles before the discount campaign feeling "short-changed".