mai News :mai welcomes veterinary medicines and medical devices "BIS" on May 5

SET-listed companies in THSI list generate positive outcomes to all sectors

SET also promotes responsible investing among investors so as to manage risks and increase opportunities for good returns in the long run.

How can Emerging Asia escape a post-COVID inequality trap?

The uneven impact of the global health crisis on Emerging Asia has challenged real disposable incomes and hit the region’s poorest the hardest.

Will cryptocurrency expansion continue among emerging markets in 2022?

Emerging markets were at the forefront of last year’s massive growth in global cryptocurrency adoption. With this growth widely tipped to continue into 2022, a range of countries will see their crypto markets mature or expand.

China doubles down on zero-Covid policy

China’s zero Covid policy will have significant consequences on tourism in Thailand because Chinese tourists represented an important part of the country’s tourism revenue before the pandemic

Bangkok prepares to shift Covid-19 treatment from pandemic to endemic

Most Bangkok residents are fully vaccinated, with around 60 percent having at least 1 booster dose. These figures suggested that Bangkok might be ready to shift its strategy to managing Covid-19 as an endemic disease.

Southeast Asia Covid-19 : shifting from pandemic to endemic

Multiple governments, including the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam, have announced timelines to ease pandemic restrictions, normalize life with Covid-19, and revive their economies.
SET News : SET wins two international awards, enhancing leadership position in Asia

SET welcomes food product manufacturer “JDF”

JDF produces food seasonings, sauce & filling, and dehydrated food products on a one-stop, made-to-order basis, catering for customers in food manufacturing industry and restaurant business sector, as cooking ingredients.

Singapore contained Coronavirus. Could other countries learn from its approach?

With no reported virus-related deaths despite 96 cases, and a slowing rate of infection that’s been outpaced by recoveries, the Asian city-state is emerging as a litmus test of whether the deadly pathogen can be, if not contained, then neutralized.