Tourism, trade MoUs to bolster Kazakh ties

The government is confident that tourism and trade between Thailand and Kazakhstan will improve after the two governments sign three memoranda of understanding (MoUs) in April, said Deputy Foreign Minister Jakkapong Sangmanee on Sunday. Source: Business

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Getting the most from a multi-generational workforce

It only takes a quick look around the office to see that the workforces of Thailand-based organisations are more diverse than ever. There is a never-before-seen mix of generations collaborating and combining worldviews to create value. But how much are we really doing to help them succeed, and how much …

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Panel weighs new minimum wage hike

The tripartite wage committee is considering the factors used to calculate the daily minimum wage, following the government proposal to increase the rate for a second time this year, says the Employers’ Confederation of Thai Trade and Industry (EconThai). Source: Business

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LPN eyes condo revenue of B5bn

SET-listed L.P.N. Development aims to generate revenue of 4.5-5 billion baht from its condo inventory totalling 11 billion baht by offering discounts, as the carrying cost of inventory is 4% per year, says the new top executive. Source: Business

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Thailand's unicorn factory

The National Innovation Agency (NIA) has designed a new strategy to support local startups, facilitating their development and enabling them to keep pace with innovation demand in global markets. Source: Business

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Who's pulling the economic strings?

The political soap opera in Thailand is expected to revive after former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra was released on parole, returning to his Ban Chan Song La residence in Bangkok, his de facto command base for years during his tenure as premier. Source: Business

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PM to court EV investors in Germany

The government is aiming to attract car manufacturers in Germany to invest in the electric vehicle (EV) industry in Thailand during Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s official trip to the country next month, Deputy Prime Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara said on Saturday. Source: Business

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