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9 things to know about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

There has never been a more fashionable time to record a video of yourself dumping a bucket of freezing cold water on your head, and for that, we have..

New PM

Business lobbies hail rise of Prayuth

Business representatives say they are confident that the new prime minister, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, will drive the country's..

Automotive

Vehicle sales slide in July, but at slower pace

The automotive market has not yet stopped bleeding, with July vehicle sales still recording a drop from the same period last year.

Telecom

NBTC to cut telecom regulatory fees next year to benefit users

The telecom committee of National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) plans to reduce the annual licence and..

Investment

Saha in joint venture to open more Japanese restaurants here and abroad

Saha Group, one of Thailand's biggest manufacturers and traders of consumer products, yesterday signed a joint-venture contract..


SGMM realizes the importance of our

When "waiting" equals the "lost business opportunity" and employing "under qualified workers" means..

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investment & finance

TCC

Two to develop Rama IV site

THE Crown Property Bureau (CPB) has awarded Univentures and TCC Assets (Thailand) Co, the property arm of beverage tycoon Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, the right to develop a multibillion-baht mixed-use..

property

Boost in demand for Bangkok office spaces

With a more stable and predictable political situation in recent months, business sentiment has improved, which will likely release pent-up demand for Bangkok office space, according to Jones Lang..

columns & management

biz insight

Examining legal and tax ramifications for working in Myanmar

Since March 2011, when Myanmar's first civilian government took office and gradually began opening up to the West, an increasing number of foreign visitors have entered the country. The reasons for..

automobiles

Automotive

Vehicle sales slide in July, but at slower pace

The automotive market has not yet stopped bleeding, with July vehicle sales still recording a drop from the same period last year.

stock tips

Central Pattana

Aggressive growth from new shopping malls

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Communication

Symphony to play different financial tune

Symphony Communication is considering a financial restructuring to help improve its flexibility after seeing net profits hit by soaring depreciation and interest costs.