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Krungthai Card (KTC.BK/KTC TB)* will try to acquire new customers in 14 main provinces after its stu
01 Oct 14 10:42

Krungthai Card (KTC.BK/KTC TB)* will try to acquire new customers in 14 main provinces after its study showed that the spending habits of people there were similar to Bangkok residents', and their credit-card spending was higher than the national average. (The Nation)

Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF.BK/CPF TB)*, one of the country's largest agro-industrial and food congl
01 Oct 14 10:42

Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF.BK/CPF TB)*, one of the country's largest agro-industrial and food conglomerates, is in negotiations with a leading food production and marketing company in the US over a possible acquisition. Acquiring foreign businesses will be one of the major strategies applied by CPF in the next five years in order to grow its international presence. (The Nation)

Srithai Superware Pcl (SITHAI.BK/SITHAI TB), one of Thailand's leading manufacturers of melamine tab
01 Oct 14 10:42

Srithai Superware Pcl (SITHAI.BK/SITHAI TB), one of Thailand's leading manufacturers of melamine tableware and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, plans to invest in the beverage industry in a bid to expand its portfolio to cover both downstream and upstream ventures. (Bangkok Post)

Amata Corporation Plc (AMATA.BK/AMATA TB)*, the leading factory park developer, anticipates a flow o
01 Oct 14 10:42

Amata Corporation Plc (AMATA.BK/AMATA TB)*, the leading factory park developer, anticipates a flow of investment from Japan and China as the economic and investment policies of the provisional government become clearer to foreign firms ahead of the Asean Economic Community 2015. (The Nation)

Kasikornbank (KBANK.BK/KBANK TB)* has spent Bt1.5bn upgrading its digital banking platform for corpo
01 Oct 14 10:41

Kasikornbank (KBANK.BK/KBANK TB)* has spent Bt1.5bn upgrading its digital banking platform for corporate customers. The move is aimed at boosting its market share in the transactional banking business to 30% in the next three years and raising its fee-based income. (Bangkok Post)

Thailand's overall Manufacturing Production Index in August contracted 2.7% from the same month last
01 Oct 14 10:40

Thailand's overall Manufacturing Production Index in August contracted 2.7% from the same month last year, amid improved outlook. The MPI expanded by 2.6% over July. The index for shipment of goods rose by 0.9%, while the production utilisation capacity rate was 60.29%. (The Nation)

The Energy Policy Administration Committee has decided to raise the price of liquefied petroleum gas
01 Oct 14 10:40

The Energy Policy Administration Committee has decided to raise the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) by 62 satang per kilogram and natural gas for vehicles (NGV) by Bt1 per kilo, effective today. Public-transport vehicles will enjoy a subsidy and continue to pay the old NGV price of Bt8.50 per kilogram. (The Nation)

The Bank of Thailand has warned that the country may not achieve its 1.5% economic growth forecast t
01 Oct 14 10:39

The Bank of Thailand has warned that the country may not achieve its 1.5% economic growth forecast this year after official August figures underscored slack economic momentum. Public spending and domestic consumption cooled as exports remained weak, said Roong Mallikamas, senior director for macroeconomic and monetary policy, adding that consumption should improve gradually in the next period thanks to low unemployment and higher confidence. (Bangkok Post)