Over the past few years, Thai companies have invested over US$10 billion (approximately Bt310 billion) overseas. According to data compiled by UBS Securities, the amount surpasses the total accumulated over the past decade.
"We are inviting you to the capital of Myanmar. Nay Pyi Taw welcomes visitors. Everything is beautiful and sophisticated. You'll be pleased and relaxed."
It is an undeniable fact that the world moves fast, and it has moved particularly fast over the past three decades. During that period, many products were invented, widely used and erased from the memory.
To businessmen anywhere, China is a mysterious country worth exploring. With 767 million workers, US$20-trillion worth of machinery, buildings and other kinds of capital, and rapidly-advancing technology, global manufacturers have China firmly in...
At 60, Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong cannot be considered old-looking. At the official launch ceremony of a new building complex in Marina Bay, dressed in a plain black suit, he could easily convince many that he is much younger than 60.
Despite what we preach to our children about our greatness, most Thais do realise that we have a lot to learn from bigger countries in order to achieve similar success.
Most people are assumed to have an urge to live the life of someone else. I don't say all, as some people don't feel any deficiency. The wealthy, for example, might not want to live the life of the poor.
A recent article in The Nation on farmers in China turning their backs on farming attracted overwhelming interest. After it was posted on Facebook/Nationnews, one commentator noted that this is also a phenomenon here in Thailand. The comment had a...
Asked this question, Marvel Comics fans might say bravery. Transforming from an ordinary man, Spider Man does not fear bad guys, having his sticky web and fast speed to support himself. Forget about Thor, who is god-like, but we also love Captain...
A conversation last week shed some light on why many attack the Pheu Thai government over the Bt2 trillion borrowing bill. The point here is distrust, which culminates into several fallacies.