BANGKOK Thailand's national bourse is eyeing a near 40 percent rise in the market value of shares listed on it over five years to about $700 billion, driven by offerings from infrastructure funds, family businesses and company spinoffs, its new president said.
BANGKOK Airports of Thailand PCL, a major beneficiary of the country's tourism boom, is adding new airports to its portfolio to ease demand, President Nitinai Sirismatthakarn told Reuters on Monday.
BANGKOK Thailand's largest solar energy company, Superblock Pcl, plans to invest 56 billion baht ($1.76 billion) to install 700 megawatts (MW) of wind farms in Vietnam, the company's Chairman Jormsup Lochaya told Reuters on Friday.
BANGKOK Thai airlines can now add flights to the growing China, South Korea and Japan markets after the U.N. International Civil Aviation Organization removed a red flag against Thailand over safety concerns, officials said on Monday.
BANGKOK Thailand's Sri Trang Agro-Industry Pcl, the world's biggest natural rubber producing company, expects to increase sales by over 20 percent to 1.7 million tonnes this year, a senior company executive said on Friday.
BANGKOK Thai police over the weekend found and defused five explosive devices that had failed to detonate when an as yet unidentified group carried out a series of deadly bomb attacks on popular tourist spots late last week.
BANGKOK When Piya Pong-acha's employees chase payments from Thai debtors there are no strong men pounding on doors or threatening letters from lawyers. A basket of fruit and a polite home visit does the trick.
BANGKOK, Nov 4 Thailand's leading warehouse
developer WHA Corp said on Wednesday it planned to
invest more than 32 billion baht ($902 million) over the next
five years expanding its business at home and across Southeast
BANGKOK, Oct 28 Thailand's Thonburi Hospital
Group is planning to raise about 8 billion baht ($225 million)
in an initial public offering next year that could make it the
third-largest listed healthcare stock in Thailand, the group's
BANGKOK, April 30 CLSA favours Thai stocks among
others in Southeast Asia, saying the government's infrastructure
spending plans will eventually pull the economy out of the
doldrums, boosting corporate earnings growth.