IKEA Make Shoppers Blush in Thailand

Take Thailand, for example. IKEA launched a new superstore here late last year, its fifth-largest in the world. It is packed with shoppers seeking bargains among the flat-pack, assemble-it-yourself furniture or wolfing down Swedish meatballs in the IKEA restaurant.

The Scandinavian connection in Hua Hin (Colliers Residential Report)

The district of Hua Hin is particularly attractive to Scandinavian visitors accounting for nearly 44% of foreign hotel guests in 2010.

Terrorism in Thailand: the Swedish connection

Thai police led Atris Hussein, a 48 year-old Lebanese man with suspected links to a Hezbollah to search a commercial building in Samut Sakhon province, adjacent to the capital, where they discovered chemical substances which could be used in making explosives.

Scandinavian investment in Thailand’s property remains strong

Colliers International Thailand, a leading property consultancy company, has released a report on Scandinavian investment in Thailand’s property sector. Mr. Patima Jeerapaet, Managing Director of Colliers International Thailand, reported that in recent years Scandinavians have been active investors in Thai property.