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Investors swarm into tech stocks and crypto

01. March 2024

LONDON - Investors poured the most cash into technology stocks since August in the week to Wednesday and doubled the amount they put into cryptocurrencies, according to a report on Friday from Bank of America (BofA) Global Research. Les mer >>>

Govt targets 150 million passengers at Suvarnabhumi airport

01. March 2024

The government plans to more than double the annual capacity at its main Suvarnabhumi airport in Samut Prakan to 150 million passengers, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Friday. Les mer >>>

Initiative advances digital citizenship

01. March 2024

Advanced Info Service Plc (AIS) has collaborated with the Social Development and Human Security Ministry to address cybersecurity challenges by equipping the ministry's personnel and the public with digital intelligence skills through its "Aunjai Cyber" syllabus. Les mer >>>

Frasers Property Thailand Launches AEI for Enhanced Bangkok Office Spaces

01. March 2024

In light of a fluctuating business office demand due to economic uncertainties, Thailand's prime commercial spaces anticipate an influx of both local and international firms seeking strategic Central Business District (CBD) locations in Bangkok. Addressing this, Frasers Property (Thailand) Public Company Limited (FPT), the nation’s pioneering integrated real estate platform, is set to enhance... Les mer >>>

Bumper 2023 for BGRIM as net profit expands sharply

01. March 2024

B.Grimm Power (BGRIM) reported a surge in normalised net profit in 2023 after facing a severe impact from the gas price crisis in the previous year. Les mer >>>

AWC banking on high-spending tourists

29. February 2024

SET-listed Asset World Corp (AWC) remains bullish on high-spending tourists and plans to invest in several projects valued at 36 billion baht this year. Les mer >>>

Auto slowdown dents January index

29. February 2024

The Manufacturing Production Index (MPI) decreased by 2.94% year-on-year to 99.2 points in January as the country struggled with many economic problems, especially the impact of the highest level of car seizures in five years, says the Office of Industrial Economics (OIE). Les mer >>>