Thailand touts ‘innovation hub’ aim

The move is also part of its plan to raise Thailand’s position in the Global Innovation Index from 43rd in 2021 and ensure Bangkok appears in the top 50 best cities for startups as the capital was ranked in 71st place in the Global Startup Ecosystem Index 2021. 

What happened at one of Thailand’s most-anticipated tech conferences?

Carrying on the same theme from last year and featuring many keynote industry speakers, exhibitions, and a hands-on lab, the event delves into how digital technologies can unlock new potentials, markets, and business models while also supporting post-pandemic economic recovery in Thailand and the Asia Pacific region.

Thailand leads the world in adoption of next-gen financial services

More change has occurred in Thailand’s banking scene in the last two years than had occurred during the previous ten years, with the rate of change continuing to accelerate at pace.

Emerging Market Trends: global cooperation increased in 2021

Following on from a year in which supply chains and international travel were severely disrupted, 2021 saw an increase in global cooperation, as institutions, businesses and governments alike sought to work together to find solutions to some of the world’s major challenges.

ESG Trends 2021: Rise of Green Finance

In a year in which significant political efforts have been made to speed up the energy transition, 2021 has also been record-breaking for green finance, as governments, international institutions and lenders alike seek to support the shift towards renewables.

Online shopping cyber complaints jump 50% in 2021

Over 48,500 cyber complaints have been filed with the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society over the past 11 months, with some 33,000 of these complaints related to online shopping, up 50% from the same period in 2020.

This is what global tax reforms could mean for Asia’s tech giants

A new set of agreed global tax reforms will change where tech giants and other global giants pay taxes, explain experts from the IMF. Investment hubs such as Singapore and Hong Kong SAR could lose up to 0.15% of GDP as a result.

Pakorn Peetathawatchai, President, The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)

What measures has SET taken to support listed companies’ compliance with ESG…