Tags : Shares


Commerce Ministry to inspect foreign shareholding in Thailand later in

BANGKOK, 19 July 2012 (NNT) – The Commerce Ministry is set to launch an inspection on foreign shareholding in the country within a month’s time. The Department of Business Development Director-General Banyong Limprayoonwong said that the Commerce Ministry has been drafting a set of regulations on the management and the inspection of foreign shareholding in […]Read More


Japan Airlines to relist shares

Japan Airlines (JAL) is planning on relisting its shares in an IPO on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. By September, JAL shareholders intend to sell between ¥500 billion and ¥1 trillion (US$6.4b – US$12.8b, €5b – €10b). If the sale goes into high-end estimates, it will make JAL the largest airline in the world by market […]Read More


Thailand Court acquits Thaksin’s ex-wife Pojaman on tax evasion

BANGKOK, 24 August 2011 (NNT) – The Appeals Court overturned the lower court’s verdict against Pojaman Shinawatra Na Pompetch of tax evasion for the transfer of shares. The ex-wife of former Prime Minister Thasksin Shinawatra was accused of evading 546-million THD tax payment in the transfer of 4.5 million Shinawatra Computer and Communications Public shares. […]Read More


THB to move 29.80-30.20 THB/USD this week

BANGKOK, 15 August 2011 (NNT) – Kasikorn Research Centre (KResearch) has estimated that the Thai baht this week (from 15 to 19 August 2011) will move in the range of 29.80-30.20 THB per US dollar with some trade and economic figures as the major focus this week. KResearch reported that the baht had been weakened […]Read More


DTAC breaches foreign business law: Alongkorn

Deputy Commerce Minister Alongkorn Ponlaboot today said Total Access Communication (DTAC) has breached foreign business law. Alongkorn also recommended the Business Development Department to file charges against seven corporate shareholders of DTAC, believed to hold shares in DTAC on behalf of foreigners. Read more: The NationRead More


Thai Baht Retreats From 13-Year High on Intervention Risk

Sept. 23 (Bloomberg) — Thailand’s baht retreated from a 13-year high on concern policy makers will step up efforts to curb appreciation that threatens exports and tourism. The currency has strengthened 5.6 percent this quarter, Asia’s best performance, as overseas investors pumped more than $1.4 billion into the nation’s shares. Net purchases yesterday totaled $138 […]Read More


Fierce competition may boost price of Thailand’s 3G licences

Thailand’s three major mobile operators will compete for two licenses in auction that starts next week. Excessive competition for Thailand’s third-generation mobile phone licenses will likely drive up fees for carriers and pressure earnings of the country’s major telecom operators in the near term. Units of Advanced Info Service PCL, Total Access Communication PCL and […]Read More