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    Welcome the Rooster and a new world chapter

    Business, Tientip Subhanij, Published on 27/01/2017

    » The great thing about the new year is that there is more that one celebration to look forward to. Chinese New Year starts tomorrow and the Thai New Year is coming in April. So if you haven't made -- or kept -- any new year resolutions, there is still a chance to start over.


    The curious paradox of Thai education

    Business, Tientip Subhanij, Published on 03/07/2015

    » One of the oldest and most prestigious international academic competitions opens tomorrow in Thailand. The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) will be held in Chiang Mai until July 16. This is the first time Thailand has held such an important event since its inception 56 years ago.


    No degree, no problem: Follow the road to riches

    Business, Tientip Subhanij, Published on 25/04/2014

    » This is probably one of the hottest months we have experienced and my electricity bill is rising rapidly with the temperature. In fact, I seem to have had a lot of expenses lately, especially paying for services of non-college workers.


    Bangkok: A dream city at last?

    Business, Tientip Subhanij, Published on 22/02/2013

    » As we await the exciting Bangkok governor election on March 3, I have a dream that Bangkok will be full of trees and parks and have good public transport. I have a dream it will take me only 30 minutes (instead of one hour) to go to work and that I will have a choice not to drive to work.


    Coping with weaker growth

    Business, Tientip Subhanij, Published on 26/10/2012

    » Each quarter, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) assesses the global economy in its World Economic Outlook report. What is particularly interesting about the recent assessment released earlier this month is that despite major central banks' efforts to inject a large amount of liquidity into the world financial system, the IMF lowered global growth expectations to just 3.3% this year from an earlier estimate of 3.5%. This would make the slowest year of growth since 2009, when the world was struggling to emerge from the global financial crisis. It also predicted only a modest improvement in next year's growth of 3.6%, lower than its previous estimate of 3.9%.

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