The Board of Investment has introduced investment promotion schemes for international headquarters and international trading companies effective on January 1, which were followed by the tax incentives for the schemes released early this month by the...
Joseph Folkman, one of the original designers of the 360-degree survey assessment and a founder of two successful leadership-development firms, Novations and Zenger Folkman, has reaffirmed his study that great leaders have great results.
On April 28, the Bank of Thailand made an unexpected cut in its policy interest rate of 25 basis points, followed by further relaxation of its foreign-exchange regulations to make capital flow easier. These policy changes have been among the most...
With the arrival of Facebook and other modern social-media platforms, pantip.com, the 23-year-old Thai community website, may look a bit old but it has remained very relevant to Thai consumers and businesses.
We recently met with Europe-based investors and found that overall they are still neutral or underweight on the SET.
Minor International (MINT) reported strong first-quarter net profit of Bt2.157 billion in the first quarter of the year, a 52-per-cent increase from the same period last year, mainly due to the robust performance of its core restaurant and...
Thai AirAsia has set its sights on carrying a total of 14.5 million passengers this year, up from 12.2 million in 2014, and to acquire three new aircraft between now and the year-end to increase its fleet to 45.
Many multinationals, including Thai companies, are aware of the huge potential of Myanmar's economic frontier. The country is rich in natural resources such as arable land, forestry, minerals, freshwater and marine resources, and gems and jade.
MOST employees are happy with their jobs, according to JobsDB Thailand. However, 36 per cent of the respondents to its survey said they were "quite unhappy" and 6 per cent were "very unhappy" with their jobs.
Fears that two large dams in Kanchanaburi will crumble and cause a catastrophe continue to persist, even though the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand has always brushed aside the fears.