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  • BDMS selling off portion of BH shares
    Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS) has announced it will sell all its ordinary shares in Bumrungrad Hospital (BH), totalling around 180.7 million shares that represent 22.71% ownership, in a 18.6-billion-baht deal, following an earlier decision not to take over BH.
    25 November 2020
  • Critical capital market challenges outlined
    Thai capital markets face four pending challenges going forward, referring to SEC-R (sustainability, equality, competitiveness, and resilience) pressured by the 'five Ds' (debt, division, divergence, digitalisation, and degradation of the environment), said the keynote speaker at the 2020 Capital Market Symposium, hosted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
    25 November 2020
  • Shippers seek baht management
    The Thai National Shippers' Council (TNSC) is urging financial authorities to manage the local currency's value to hover around 31 baht against the US dollar for trade competitiveness.
    25 November 2020
  • Transition key to success
    Although the rights of transgender people have been in the spotlight recently, it remains challenging for transgender women to achieve their goals in life and work. But Jakkaphong "Anne" Jakrajutatip, chief executive of JKN Global Media, who has over 10 million followers on her social media platforms, has broken through the barriers and proven the outstanding ability of transgender people in the...
    25 November 2020
  • CESA puts car trade-in on discussion agenda
    Measures to stimulate domestic car sales, including the trade-in incentive, will be raised for discussion at the Centre for Economic Administration Situation (CESA) on Dec 2.
    25 November 2020
  • Smaller contraction for industry from stimulus
    Thailand's retail industry is likely to see a lower contraction this year to 6% from the previously projected 7.8% fall, driven by a host of stimulus measures.
    25 November 2020
  • Minister wants protection for e-commerce platform
    The Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry is seeking to have all e-commerce platforms registered with the Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA) to ensure cybersecurity in this 3-trillion-baht industry.
    25 November 2020
  • Virtual Stores Present New Experiences to Shoppers Who Miss the In-Store Feeling
    Retailers such as Ralph Lauren Corp., Groupe Clarins SA and Gap Inc. are experimenting with virtual stores, letting web users navigate digital versions of their physical locations and try out features such as one-on-one consultations.
    25 November 2020
  • Warner Music Leans on Digital Sales During Pandemic
    A growing share of Warner Music Group Corp.'s revenue in the latest quarter flowed from music streaming and other digital channels, a sign of how the coronavirus pandemic is reshaping listeners' habits amid an altered landscape for the music industry.
    25 November 2020
  • TLA adopts a realistic approach
    Thai Lion Air (TLA) is predicting another gloomy year for global tourism as the airline prepares for the worst possible scenario, an extended period without international tourists.
    25 November 2020