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Thailand’s Corporate Governance Ranking Improves

According to Thai News Agency TNA, Thailand came fourth comparatively out of eleven Asian markets in the quality of corporate governance. This was a vast improvement from the ACGA’s previous survey conducted in 2007 in which the Kingdom ranked eighth.

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Thailand’s Corporate GovernanceCG ranking has significantly improved this year, according to a recently released survey by the Asian Corporate Governance Association or ACGA, an independent organisation that works with companies, investors, and regulators throughout Asia.

According to Thai News Agency TNA, Thailand came fourth comparatively out of eleven Asian markets in the quality of corporate governance. This was a vast improvement from the ACGA’s previous survey conducted in 2007 in which the Kingdom ranked eighth.

Singapore topped the list, followed by Hong Kong and Japan.

via BERNAMA – Thailand’s Corporate Governance Ranking Significantly Improves.

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