No shift of foreign investment from Thailand to neighbours

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) affirms that it sees no sign…

Foreign demand for Thai property drops with riots and weak currencies

Foreign demand for Thai property will likely plummet due to the tragic…

Foreign investors continue Thai stock sell-off

Foreign investors yesterday continued dumping Thai shares despite the end of the red shirts’ protest, on lingering concerns about terrorism and the consolidating global market.

Foreign business leaders praise Thailand’s peace road map

Foreign business leaders have praised the government’s efforts to achieve national reconciliation…

Investors still worried by Thai political instability

The weekly stock market closed at 736.16 points, down 6.78 points from…

Three foreign firms win approval for consultancy businesses in Thailand

The Business Development Department last month granted approval to three foreign companies to operate consultancy businesses in Thailand, with a focus on construction of the mass-transit Purple Line linking Bang Sue and Bang Yai.

Bourse and baht gain further despite protests on investors’ confidence

Both the stock market and the baht yesterday rose to their highest levels since mid-2008 on foreign investors’ confidence the red-shirt protests would not escalate into violence.

Thailand plans Japan road show to restore investor confidence

Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanij on Friday said that government-appointed Team Thailand will carry out a road show in Japan in mid-March to explain to investors what happened with investment projects in the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estates and measures to solve the problem in order to restore their confidence.