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  • TAT banks on windfall from marathon
    The Tourism and Sports Ministry wants to push sports tourism to another level by promoting "Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok" as a major race in Asia within three years.
    22 November 2019
  • SCG predicting 1-2% revenue growth
    SCG Cement-Building Materials expects revenue in 2020 to grow slightly at 1-2%, in line with the country's construction and property sectors.
    22 November 2019
  • Kasikorn-Line offers loan options for unbanked
    Kasikorn-Line, a joint venture of Kasikornbank and Line Corporation, plans to roll out personal loans and nanofinance on the Line platform in mid-2020, aiming for millions of borrowers in the initial stage.
    22 November 2019
  • Bond issuance hits B1tn, spurred by M&A activity
    New corporate bond issuance in Thailand has hit a record of 1 trillion baht, thanks to strong demand for fund mobilisation for mergers and acquisitions and business expansion locally and abroad, says the Thai Bond Market Association (TBMA).
    22 November 2019
  • EU FTA could deliver Thai GDP boost
    A free trade agreement (FTA) with the EU is likely to stimulate not only exports but imports and investment as well, helping to raise Thailand's GDP by 1.63% a year, says a joint study by the Trade Negotiations Department and the Institute of Future Studies for Development (IFD).
    22 November 2019
  • LTF replacement decision scheduled for next week
    The lock-up period for a new type of tax-saving fund meant to replace long-term equity funds (LTFs) after the tax incentive lapses at year-end will be set at 10-15 years, says a source at the Finance Ministry.
    22 November 2019
  • RCEP talks want India back
    With India appearing to have exited the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), negotiators remain committed to bringing the country back into the fold as an "indispensable" member of the deal, according to a panel of trade experts.
    22 November 2019
  • Somkid concerned about exports amid global unease
    Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak's top concerns for next year are exports and confidence amid global economic uncertainties.
    22 November 2019
  • REIC upbeat on impact of latest property tax perks
    The recent property tax incentives are expected to help drain housing inventory by 2.4% in the final two months of the year, with the addition of 6,200 units being sold nationwide, says the Real Estate Information Center (REIC).
    22 November 2019
  • No end in sight for US, China spat
    The trade dispute between China and the United States is likely to continue into next year as talks between US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping have yet to result in an agreement between the countries.
    22 November 2019