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Property prices expected to rise 10%, survey shows

Thais are concerned about what lies around the corner for Bangkok’s real-estate market, but expect to see property grow in value over the next five years, according to the latest consumer sentiment survey by DDproperty, a leading online property portal. Source: Business

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Flood aid at the ready

Heavy flooding has wreaked havoc across the Northeast, bringing back vivid memories of the 2011 flood disaster for many Bangkok residents and rural dwellers, but policymakers and business operators have not been idle in lending a helping hand to those affected. Source: Business

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Energy Earth hashes out fiscal woes

Beleaguered Energy Earth Plc (EARTH) has clarified to the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) the reasons for the company’s submission for business rehabilitation to the Central Bankruptcy Court. Source: Business

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Supachai warns public on digital trap

Thailand should move to embrace the 4.0 digital age with caution as some hidden dangerous pitfalls might await, warns Supachai Panitchpakdi, former secretary-general of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad). Source: Tech

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'By Thais for Thais': Line Taxi revs engine

Line Thailand is jumping on the mobile-taxi-booking bandwagon by expanding the services offered by its on-demand delivery app Line Man, adding cabs to its current list that includes food, groceries, documents and parcels. Source: Business

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