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  • Reopening optimism an investment driver

    In the past week, Thai shares moved sideways in a range between 1,620 and 1,640 points. Sentiment was bolstered by a proposal to reopen Bangkok from Oct 15 to foreign tourists without a quarantine requirement -- on condition that all districts in the capital achieve 70% vaccination before that date.

  • Export outlook remains bright

    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has placed 10 export sectors in four groups based on the advantages they will gain from different stages of the pandemic, ranging from disease transmission to lockdown and slowdown periods.


    Faced with the challenges posed by uncertainty in the world economy, technology disruption and impacts from the global pandemic, the Thai government is focusing its efforts on enhancing the country’s technology capacity to develop targeted industrial sectors under the Bio-Circular-Green (BCG) Economy model.

  • SEC rejigs IPO rules related to advisers

    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revised the initial public offering (IPO) criteria for shares issued by foreign companies to shorten the required service period of a financial adviser (FA) after the IPO from three years to one year, equivalent to the criteria for Thai companies, to save on ...

  • EconThai backs easing of lockdown

    The Employers' Confederation of Thai Trade and Industry (EconThai) welcomes the government's easing of lockdown measures starting on Wednesday because relying on a lockdown alone will not flatten the Covid-19 infection curve.

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