KS: Proposed SEF to lose B4.5bn

The investment sum flowing into the proposed sustainable equity fund (SEF) is anticipated to lose about 4.5 billion baht worth of investments made by high-income taxpayers because of the SEF’s lower investment limit compared with long-term equity funds (LTFs), says Kasikorn Securities. Source: Business

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Blockchain and efficient government

Whenever we talk about blockchain, the applications are usually limited to the private sector. It makes sense: the most famous example of blockchain technology is bitcoin, which many governments oppose. Source: Business

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Bourse set to move sideways in Q4

Thailand’s stock market is expected to move sideways this quarter, supported by expectations of another 25-basis-point rate cut by the Bank of Thailand’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) and a recovery in the earnings of SET-listed companies, says Asia Plus Securities (ASP). Source: Business

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Solar rooftop scheme falls short of goals

The Energy Ministry plans to allocate 10,000 megawatts, currently allotted to the household solar rooftop scheme, to other renewable energy methods such as community waste as the solar panel scheme has received little participation from homeowners. Source: Business

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