Rubber is nearing the bottom of a bear market that started in January and is poised to rise after its slump to a five-year low triggered output cuts in Thailand, according to a survey of 15 analysts.
HONG KONG - Asian bourses mostly slipped Tuesday before the US Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting, and as lingering concerns over Chinese and US economic data weighed on global markets.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index dropped 13.71 points, or 0.87%, to close at 1,565.41 points today.
Police plan to spend more than 100 million baht to install 1,500 closed-circuit and red-light cameras next year to keep a closer eye on traffic scofflaws.
Thailand’s new finance minister said he will work smoothly with central bank governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul to help support the economy and the currency.
Bangkok Dec-Con Plc (BKD), an MAI-listed interior decorator and made-to-order finished furniture company, has expanded internationally and expects foreign revenue will account for 10% of the total next year.
Modern business is not limited to one country or region, so it requires a set of tools to communicate internationally successfully. English, Spanish and Chinese are widely used as languages for business, helping to convey information among management, employees, investors and users of financial information. To maintain consistency and avoid ambiguity, the language of accounting also needs to apply the same principles as standards for communication.
Guangzhou: Thai AirAsia (TAA) is strengthening its network in China with the launch of a new route aimed at the renewed surge in arrivals from the world's most populous country.
Thai Union Frozen Products Plc (TUF), the world's top exporter of canned and frozen tuna and shrimp, says it will continue to make acquisitions abroad with a targeted return on investment (ROI) of at least 15%.
Saudi Aramco, the national oil and gas firm of Saudi Arabia, may enter into a joint venture with energy giant PTT Plc in a US$22-billion oil refinery and petrochemical complex in central Vietnam.
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