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Semperit says dispute with Thai unit hurting glove business, expansion

Nov 25 2016

BANGKOK, Nov 25 Semperit Holding AG said a legal dispute with its partner Sri Trang Agro-Industry Pcl in top rubber producer Thailand had dented operations at the Austrian firm's glove unit and hurt its expansion plans in the Asian country.

Thai CPF to buy Bellisio in $1.08 billion deal

Nov 17 2016

BANGKOK Thailand's Charoen Pokphand Foods Pcl (CPF) said it will acquire U.S. frozen-food producer Bellisio Parent LLC for $1.075 billion, paving the way for its entry into the world's largest food market.

Thai Airways misses cost-cutting target, but expects to swing to annual profit - CFO

Nov 14 2016

BANGKOK Thai Airways International Pcl is likely to miss its annual cost-reduction target, but will swing to a profit for 2016 after three straight years of losses due to lower fuel costs, a top company executive said on Monday.

Black shirts bright spot in Thai economy as mourning for king begins

Oct 19 2016

BANGKOK Thais are crowding shopping malls and department stores to stock up on black clothes, as they begin a year of mourning for beloved King Bhumibol Adulaydej that could end up dampening consumption in Southeast Asia's second-biggest economy.

Black shirts bright spot in Thai economy as mourning for king begins

Oct 19 2016

BANGKOK Thais are crowding shopping malls and department stores to stock up on black clothes, as they begin a year of mourning for beloved King Bhumibol Adulaydej that could end up dampening consumption in Southeast Asia's second-biggest economy.

Black shirts bright spot in Thai economy as mourning for king begins

Oct 19 2016

BANGKOK Thais are crowding shopping malls and department stores to stock up on black clothes, as they begin a year of mourning for beloved King Bhumibol Adulaydej that could end up dampening consumption in Southeast Asia's second-biggest economy.

Black shirts bright spot in Thai economy as mourning for king begins

Oct 19 2016

BANGKOK, Oct 19 Thais are crowding shopping malls and department stores to stock up on black clothes, as they begin a year of mourning for beloved King Bhumibol Adulaydej that could end up dampening consumption in Southeast Asia's second-biggest economy.

Thailand's mourning for king may soften economy temporarily

Oct 14 2016

BANGKOK As Thais begin a year of mourning for their king, parties and celebrations will be toned down, particularly over the next month, temporarily crimping consumer and tourist spending in an economy that has been struggling for traction in recent years.

Thailand's mourning for king may soften economy temporarily

Oct 14 2016

BANGKOK As Thais begin a year of mourning for their king, parties and celebrations will be toned down, particularly over the next month, temporarily crimping consumer and tourist spending in an economy that has been struggling for traction in recent years.

Thai retailer Central sees tourism boosting 2016 revenue by a fifth

Oct 12 2016

BANGKOK, Oct 12 Thailand's biggest retailer Central Group expects revenue to rise 21 percent to 320 billion baht ($9.17 billion) in 2016, due to strong growth from overseas business and tourist spending, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

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