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Depa unveils digital roadmap

The Digital Economy Promotion Agency (Depa) has introduced its digital blueprint for Thailand as a driver of digital transformation, to cope with rapid changes in technology, consumer behaviour and the business environment. Source: Business

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BoT preps more measures for baht

The Bank of Thailand plans to implement additional measures to help manage the baht’s appreciation in December as part of a push to forge a new foreign exchange ecosystem. Source: Business

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Analysts at odds over stock weighting

Asia Plus Securities (ASP) suggests investors increase their weighting for Thai stocks to 40% from 35%, while maintaining investment in other instruments such as equity-linked notes (ELN) at 10% to reduce risks from market fluctuation, says Therdsak Thaveeteeratham, senior executive vice-president at ASP. Source: Business

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Bank shares improve on vaccine news

Bank share prices rallied by about 30% in November as investors gained confidence in an economic recovery amid progress in the development of Covid-19 vaccines, say analysts, although non-performing loans (NPLs) are expected to surge in the second half of 2021 once debt relief schemes come to an end. Source: …

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'How many warnings does football need?'

Football’s concussion protocols have been criticized after Arsenal defender David Luiz was allowed to continue playing following a sickening clash of heads with Wolves striker Raul Jimenez in Sunday’s Premier League match. Source: Sports

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