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  • Govt says expected 2.8% growth not satisfactory
    Thailand's economy may grow 2.8% this year but that is still not satisfactory, while fiscal measures will continue to support economic recovery as tourism remains weak, the finance minister said on Wednesday.
    3 March 2021
  • Thai Airways debt revamp plan gets support from finmin
    The Finance Ministry, the largest shareholder of Thai Airways International Plc, signalled its support for a restructuring plan that includes raising fresh capital, a temporary freeze on repayment of borrowings and slashing its workforce by half to return the debt-ridden airline to profit.
    3 March 2021
  • SMART VISA ATTRACTS INTERNATIONAL TALENTS
    Aiming to attract international talents whose expertise can play an important role in driving digital and tech startups and all other targeted industries towards using modern smart technologies,
    3 March 2021
  • TCG crafts bad debt guarantees
    State-owned Thai Credit Guarantee Corporation (TCG) is preparing to launch a 20-billion-baht bad debt guarantee programme to assist struggling small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) saddled with bad debts.
    3 March 2021
  • Intel hit with $2.2bn verdict in US patent trial
    SAN FRANCISCO: A federal jury in Texas on Tuesday ruled that US computer chip giant Intel should pay $2.2 billion to VLSI Technology in a patent infringement case.
    3 March 2021
  • SoundCloud to be first music app with 'fan-powered' artist payments
    PARIS: SoundCloud announced Tuesday it would become the first streaming service to start directing subscribers' fees to the independent artists they support, a move welcomed by musicians campaigning for fairer pay.
    3 March 2021
  • NBTC board selection axed
    The Senate has scrapped the selection process of board members at the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) as the amended NBTC law took effect on Tuesday.
    3 March 2021
  • February exports to see uptrend
    Exports are expected to continue growing in February driven by the world's economic recovery ignited by the Covid-19 vaccine distribution, but the stubbornly strong baht remains a key worry, according to a shippers' organisation.
    3 March 2021
  • Prayut orders study into Covid passports
    The government will look into the future use of Covid-19 passports, says Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.
    3 March 2021
  • PSI cites B10bn compensation for spectrum recall
    As the telecom regulator will recall the 3500-megahertz spectrum range from broadcasting satellite services, more than 10 billion baht may be required to provide compensation for the replacement of signal-receiving devices on satellite dishes owned by 11 million household users of satellite TV services so they can continue to use the service, says satellite TV service operator PSI Corporation.
    3 March 2021