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    China worries depress stocks as set drifts down

    Business, Published on 30/03/2015

    » Recap: Asean stocks retreated last week, weighed down by worries over China's economic health after the world's second largest economy reported disappointing manufacturing data. The Thai market succumbed to selling pressure as new data showed the export slump deepening, pushing the main index below 1,500.


    Microfinancing Climate Resilience through SMEs

    Business, Published on 15/08/2016

    » Vulnerable communities face the brunt of climate change, from rising sea levels and extreme weather events to prolonged severe droughts and flooding. According to the World Bank, without effective mitigation measures, climate change could push more than 100 million people into poverty by 2030.


    Time to act on market upturns

    Business, Published on 27/04/2019

    » April is a good time to pause and recalibrate one's investment strategy to reflect the changing economic and investment landscape. Four major developments in the global economic, finance and investment climate merit your attention.


    Tax planning under the microscope: equip yourself for global change

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 27/09/2016

    » The global tax environment is changing rapidly. Companies that embrace change and effectively manage their costs in the growing digital economy will have a competitive edge. At the same time, tax authorities are increasingly focusing on the commercial or business rationale of tax planning arrangements. Businesses need to be well prepared and equipped to manage their tax costs.


    SCB's net profit falls 20% on steel firms' bad debts

    Business, Somruedi Banchongduang, Published on 23/04/2016

    » Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) reported a 20% year-on-year plunge in first-quarter net profit to 10.54 billion baht, citing greater provision losses in line with a rise in non-performing loans (NPLs), according to a statement released yesterday.


    What happens when the taps turn off?

    Business, Paul Donovan, Published on 19/07/2013

    » The aftermath of the global financial crisis has been marked by two trends in economics. First, central banks have embarked on the aggressive printing of money. Second, some politicians and investors have misunderstood the financial market implications of those policy decisions.


    Finance and manufacturing (Re)Gaining respect

    Business, Barry Elliott, Published on 16/01/2013

    » We're surprised to note that nowhere in the flood of articles about the new year have we seen anyone mention the numeral "13". Do people think that mentioning it would be akin to letting a black cat cross our path? Is it because we have had so much bad luck in recent years that they either think it cannot possibly get worse, or do they not want to tempt fate? We're not sure, but we remain confident in the future because of the positive way in which supply chain management (SCM) is evolving.

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