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Omnichannel wave propels aCommerce Thailand's online retail business is expected to grow from US$2.9 billion (95 billion baht) in 2016 to $11.1 billion in 2025, while brands and e-commerce providers will make the omnichannel shift to reach customers both on- and offline.
SEC rejigs paid-up capital rule The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday announced an amended criteria for paid-up capital required for securities and derivative businesses, aiming for it to be determined based on business risks from the type of securities licences and risks.
Obec abandons half-completed school project The Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) has decided to scrap its ICU schools project, launched with the aim of helping 5,032 small schools nationwide improve standards.
Rush hour 'brings out male sex pests' Nearly half of all female passengers say they have been sexually harassed on public transportation, mostly on buses, according to a survey conducted by the Faculty of Public Health, Thammasat University.
Regime needs to mind the income gap After running the country for more than three years, it appears the military regime is beginning to understand the problems with the Thai economy.
Sanctions against Hun Sen will fail As a response to the dissolution of Cambodia's main opposition party last week, the United States on Friday announced it was ending election funding and would impose other punitive measures against the country. But such sanction threats do not seem to be able to exert pressure on Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. Instead, the strongman who has ruled the nation for over three decades, has...
State-owned firm reform: for better or worse A state-owned enterprise is somewhat an anomaly as it is neither public nor private in nature. It is owned by everyone and yet no one. It's raison d'etre is often the delivery of public services and yet most operate commercially. How to deal with state-owned enterprises has been a constant challenge facing many governments.
Sharp to boost local TV output After two years forgoing investment, Sharp Corporation is committed to ramping up its outlays in Thailand from this year.
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