• Sales tax seen hitting SET liquidity

    The planned taxation on share sales may cost the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) the title of the most liquid stock market in Asean next year as it will greatly decrease the market's competitiveness, said Paiboon Nalinthrangkurn, chairman of the Federation of Thai Capital Market Organizations (Fetco).

  • NIA touts 'innovation hub' aim

    The National Innovation Agency (NIA) has vowed to make Bangkok an innovation hub in Asean attracting foreign investment in research and development (R&D) and startups by working with the government to amend the Foreign Business Act, which limits foreign shareholding to 49% of a business.

  • THAILAND’S VIBRANT POST-PANDEMIC LOGISTICS OUTLOOK

    While Thailand’s robust logistics facilities and business ecosystem contribute to the reliability and competitiveness of its supply chains across industries and markets, the country has a strong commitment and a concrete plan to further improve this competitiveness and leverage its advantageous location in ASEAN.