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12 of Thailand’s largest companies kick off post-flood rehab project

BANGKOK, Nov 15 – Twelve leading Thai corporations on Tuesday jointly launched a special fundraising project for the country’s post-flood relief and rehabilitation. Named “The Power of Thai”, the project was set up by 12 of Thailand’s leading private companies, including Thai Beverage (ThaiBev), Central Group of Companies, True Corporation, Bangkok Bank, GMM Grammy, Thai […]Read More

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Japan seeks urgent relief for affected companies in Thailand

Japanese Foreign Minister Koichiro Gemba has requested three urgent relief measures to help Japanese companies in Thailand recover from the severe flooding. During his meeting with his counterpart Surapong Towichakchaikul at the 23rd Apec Summit in Hawaii, Gemba asked the government to provide electricity and water to Japanese factories, waive import duties on equipment brought […]Read More

Asia

PTTEP finds more natural gas in Australia

BANGKOK, Sept 21 – Thailand’s PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) has found more natural gas in the AC/RL7 block in Australia, the company said in a statement released on Wednesday. The company expressed confidence that the block has high potential and was preparing to drill another appraisal well next year to confirm the preliminary petroleum […]Read More

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Pheu Thai denies benefiting a real estate company in its

BANGKOK, 21 September 2011 (NNT) – Pheu Thai Spokesperson Mr. Prompong Nopparit assured that SC Asset Corporation PLc Co Ltd, a real estate company, did not gain any benefit from the first home buyer scheme, adding that the Democrat Party was just trying to discredit the government. Following the accusation by Democrat’s shadow cabinet that […]Read More

Technology

Nestlé invests $119.7 million to increase production in Thailand

Nestlé will invest more than CHF 98 million (THB 3.5 billion) in Thailand to increase manufacturing of its products including coffee and ice cream. The two year investment will support the expansion of the Company’s existing factories in Thailand, as well as the construction of a new Nestlé Quality Assurance Centre. The plans aim to […]Read More

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Thailand’s DSI targets tobacco giant in tax evasion row

Thailand’s Department of Special Investigation has decided to file charges against US tobacco firm Philip Morris Thailand for allegedly under-declaring the value of its products to evade taxes. The DSI’s move contradicts a decision by public prosecutors, who decided in January to drop charges against the firm, 13 other companies and Philip Morris Thailand executive […]Read More

Technology

Google Removes the .CO.CC Domains from its Search Index

As reported by The Register, Google removed over 11 million .co.cc subdomain from its search index, since the company considered too many of the sites “spammy”. Free .co.cc subdomains are offered by a Korean company. The company also offers bulk registrations of 15,000 subdomains for a fee of $1,000. According to the company’s website they […]Read More

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THAI Crew Members Protest Company’s Policy

Flight attendants of Thai Airways stage a protest against the company’s plan to cut operational costs by reducing the number of cabin crew on aircraft. Meanwhile, the airline’s labor union denies any involvement in the protest. Over 100 cabin crew members of national carrier Thai Airways International, led by Thai Crew Club chairman Jirayuth Phuchongkasamut, […]Read More