Tags : Finance


Santi Prompat ready to be Thailand’s new Finance Minister

Thailand’s Deputy Finance Minister, Santi Prompat, is confident that he has the expertise and experience to be the next Minister of Finance, if Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha wants him to take the post, vacated by the sudden resignation of Pridi Daochai. When a reporter asked him whether he is ready to take on the finance […]Read More


Finance Minister Predee Daochai resigns after 26 days

Finance Minister Predee Daochai has submitted his resignation after 26 days in the job, citing health reasons. The former president of Kasikornbank reportedly submitted the letter on Monday but Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has yet to approve it. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST ONLINE REPORTERSRead More


Finances blamed for Phuket DJ suicide

PHUKET: Stress over family finances is being held as the key reason for an unemployed 33-year-old DJ taking his own life in a residential estate in central Phuket early this morning (Nov 12). Capt Kraisorn Boonprasop of Thalang Police was called to the scene, a small home in SomBoonSab Village in Moo 7, Srisoonthorn, at […]Read More


Bangkok Money Expo 2014 kicks off today

BANGKOK, 8 May 2014 (NNT) – Thailand’s biggest finance and investment event kicks off today, at Challenger Hall 2-3, Impact Areana, Mueang Thong Thani. “Money Expo 2014”, jointly organized by Money & Banking Magazine and Media Associated Co., Ltd. had its grand opening today in a 45,000 sq.m. area, with 260 companies joining the exhibition. […]Read More


Unhappy farmers dump rice, obstruct Finance Ministry entrances

BANGKOK, March 13 – Farmers rallying at the Finance Ministry were dissatisfied with their discussions with officials, and in frustration dumped rice obstructing five of the ministry’s six entrances. The farmers were unhappy, for the ministry did not buy the rice as asked by the farmers, and they also threw rotten eggs and fermented fish […]Read More


Thai Ministry of Interior remains closed, blocked by protesters, Finance

BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Civil servants in Thailand’s interior ministry could not enter their offices to work today as anti-government protesters continue occupying the ministry compound, while workers at the finance ministry returned to work for the first time in 14 days. Protesters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) remained encamped at the interior […]Read More