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  • GSB’s New Generation Banking with Huawei SD-Wan Solution

    For over a century, the Government Saving Bank (GSB) has strived to provide Thai people with objectives to promote saving and financial sustainability across generations. As a social bank in a digital age, the GSB is now using Huawei SD-WAN solution to improve its infrastructure, facilitate clients’ business needs, and ...

  • FTI sees way to expedite vaccine flow

    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is calling on the government to consider allowing the private sector to jointly import Covid-19 vaccines to distribute to their employees amid a growing concern over the state's slow progress in providing vaccinations.

  • Analysts predict shaky growth

    Thailand's GDP growth outlook this year remains weak as economic drivers are unreliable at this stage, with the vaccine rollout -- the only positive factor for sentiment in the short term -- yet to begin, says Standard Chartered Bank Thai.

  • Nissan pledges Thai EV hub

    Nissan Asean has invested billions of baht as part of its plan to help make Thailand an electric vehicle (EV) hub for export worldwide, expecting up to 250 million EVs will hit the streets in Asean.

  • Five trends and actions to lead Thai companies post-COVID-19

    Thailand's economy, hit hard by the pandemic, is predicted by the World Bank to take approximately two years to recover. Living through periods of great uncertainty and rapid change is unnerving for us. But, around the world, leading companies are using pandemic-driven changes to position themselves for future value creation. ...

  • Baht and containers crucial to export hike

    Exports, a key driver of the country's economic growth, could fare better than 3-4% growth this year if the government provides more support, particularly in handling the persistent baht rise and the container shortage, says the Thai National Shippers' Council (TNSC).

  • SCG Ceramics eyes solar opportunities

    SCG Ceramics Plc, a subsidiary of SCG Cement-Building Materials, will diversify into the solar energy business this year to increase its earning channels as growth in the Thai ceramic industry in 2021 will remain unchanged amid the pandemic.

  • Food export value to rise on higher prices

    Thai food export value is expected to rise by 10.2-12.2% year-on-year to 1.08-1.10 trillion baht this year as prices of some farm produce are set to increase, thanks to growing demand for food in overseas markets, says Industry Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit.

  • Trade officials warn of Vietnam's edge

    Thai manufacturers and exporters are being urged to improve their competitiveness in the European market as prospective EU buyers may shift to cheaper goods from Vietnam after the EU-Vietnam free-trade agreement (FTA) became effective in August 2020.

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