Gold prices tumbled 200 baht at its opening in Bangkok at 9am on Saturday.
The Bank of Thailand is seeking Finance Ministry approval to expand the use of personal loans from non-bank financial institutions to include business purposes.
Car makers are urging the government to rev up budget spending and infrastructure development to drive economic growth next year.
Kasikornbank (KBank) is collaborating with Tokyo-based Aozora Bank in matching the latter's Japanese clients with Thais seeking partners for expanding business in Asean.
Establishment of a physical gold exchange remains up in the air after recent negotiations between the Stock Exchange of Thailand and gold dealers over management power ended in discord.
Retailers and suppliers have agreed to join the Commerce Ministry in a campaign to cut consumer prices for seven days from Dec 24-30 as part of the government's "New Year gift" despite warnings the campaign could trigger hoarding.
Accor SA, a Paris-based hotel management chain, is confident enough in the long-term prospects of Thai tourism that it plans to sign at least 10 new management contracts here each year.
Electricity Generating Plc (Egco), Thailand's first SET-listed private power producer, has set aside 61.5 billion baht from 2015-18 to develop new plants and expand the capacity of existing ones.
The quality of human resources is crucial to retaining Japanese and other multinational companies in Thailand at a time when foreign investors lack confidence in the Thai economy, says HR consultancy Hay Group Thailand.
Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI) for the first 10 months of 2014 fell by 5.1% year-on-year, prompting the Industry Ministry to revise down this year's index forecast to a 4% decline.
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