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    Tempting tech

    Business, Published on 04/12/2023

    » The government of Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has visited several large conglomerates over the past few months in an effort to increase foreign direct investment (FDI), notably in digital and high-tech industries.


    State salary hike to put pressure on SMEs

    Business, Published on 29/11/2023

    » The cabinet resolution to approve a 10% increase in state officials' salaries is likely to cause businesses to consider increasing wages accordingly to attract talented individuals, says Sanan Angubolkul, chairman of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.


    Cabinet approves 2-baht increase in sugar price

    Business, Published on 15/11/2023

    » The cabinet yesterday approved a two-baht increase in the domestic sugar price to better align with higher production costs.


    Sugar producers issue warning on price cap

    Business, Published on 06/11/2023

    » Sugar manufacturers are warning the government against violating the World Trade Organization's (WTO) rules for free competition in the sugar trade, following its controversial decision to block a sugar price hike in the domestic market.


    PM approves new subsidies for EVs

    Business, Published on 02/11/2023

    » The National Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy Committee chaired by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin on Wednesday approved fresh measures to support the use of EVs in phase 2, spanning 2024-2027.


    Bridging the gap

    Business, Published on 30/10/2023

    » Among the many large economic projects promised by past governments that were never developed, the southern land bridge stands out, in part because it was approved in 1989 as a strategic part of the Southern Economic Corridor.


    GDP growth target remains elusive

    Business, Published on 09/10/2023

    » The government led by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has set an ambitious target to raise annual GDP growth to 5%.


    Cashing in on cachet

    Business, Published on 02/10/2023

    » Economic uncertainty clouds the country's outlook after the Bank of Thailand surprisingly hiked its policy interest rate to a 10-year high of 2.5% to battle inflation and prepare for global fluctuations.


    Evaluating the cost of a wage hike

    Business, Published on 25/09/2023

    » Following Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin's revelation last week that the government expects a daily minimum wage hike to 400 baht in either November or December, the business sector voiced its concerns regarding increasing costs that could eventually create an additional burden for consumers.


    Nursing a fragile economy

    Business, Published on 18/09/2023

    » With recession looming in many countries, fears over economic contraction remain in Thailand, particularly when the key contributor of exports still faces a stark outlook because of the weak economies of our trade partners.

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