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GENERAL

Proactive cybersecurity steps deemed essential

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 25/07/2024

» Taking proactive measures in cybersecurity through penetration testing and staying informed about emerging threats will help organisations minimise impacts from attackers amid a fast-changing landscape of threats, said Gregory Pickett, chief executive of Hellfire Security and also a white hat hacker.

THAILAND

China backs targeting of shady firms

News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 25/07/2024

» Chinese ambassador, Han Zhiqiang, has assured local authorities that Beijing supports the suppression of shady Chinese business in Thailand while also aiming to help boost bilateral trade and ties.

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Thailand's corporate earnings recovery mixed

Business, Published on 24/07/2024

» Thai businesses across several sectors are witnessing improved earnings, although leverage remains high due to large investments, according to Fitch Ratings.

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MOTORING

Premium EV sales dip 35% in first half

Published on 23/07/2024

» Sales of premium electric vehicles (EVs) in Thailand plunged 35% year-on-year during the first half of this year, but German luxury car maker BMW remains positive about its EV sales, with newly launched models in the Mini family in Bangkok expected to thrill the public.

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INVESTMENT

Seeking new engines of growth

Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 22/07/2024

» About 40 years ago, natural gas was discovered in the Gulf of Thailand, creating excitement across the country. This period marked the dawn of Thailand's golden era. Following this discovery, the Eastern Seaboard Development Project was initiated to develop the eastern coastal region. Foreign investment poured in, enabling the economy to expand at a double-digit rate while raising hopes that Thailand would become Asia's fifth tiger.

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THAILAND

Em District Shines on Global Stage with Luxury Lifestyle Award

Published on 19/07/2024

» Em District, Thailand's premier luxury shopping destination, comprising Emporium, EmQuartier, and Emsphere, has brought international acclaim to the country by clinching the prestigious Luxury Lifestyle Awards 2024 in the Shopping Mall category. This award, one of the most revered in the luxury sector, celebrates excellence, innovation, and leadership in offering luxury experiences worldwide.

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Department predicts rise in new business registrations

Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 19/07/2024

» The Department of Business Development (DBD) expects new business registrations for 2024 to reach between 90,000 and 98,000, marking a 5-15% increase, attributed to the progress of the digital wallet handout policy, measures to attract foreign investment, namely the long-term resident visa scheme and corporate income tax exemption for foreign companies that conduct business here, as well as the use of investment budget following the disbursement of fiscal 2025 budget that began on April 26.

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AI Fund, KXVC partner to develop local AI startups

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 19/07/2024

» Renowned global artificial intelligence (AI ) pioneer AI Fund has teamed up with KX Venture Capital (KXVC) to develop AI startups and train young people to utilise AI, with the aim of enhancing Thailand's competitiveness.

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CRG sees digital wallet spurring sales

Business, Kuakul Mornkum, Published on 19/07/2024

» Central Restaurants Group (CRG) expects the digital wallet handout scheme to help drive its sales growth by 5% in 2024, while the total value of the country's restaurant market is expected to reach 400 billion baht this year.

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Hotel price hikes ruled out amid poor tourist spending

Business, Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 18/07/2024

» Miracle Group, an operator of airport lounges and hotels, has observed tightened spending power among domestic tourists, prompting the company to rely on sales volume instead of raising prices.