BOI approves 'green' investment projects, PM2.5 projects

The Board of Investment’s (BOI) board of directors have approved measures to promote investment to address the issue of PM2.5 particulate pollution, according to the organisation’s secretary-general, Narit Therdsteerasukdi.The measures involve expanding the scope of support through investment promotion measures for community and social development. ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand unveils two weapons to attract foreign investment

Thailand has unveiled the focus of its four-year strategy to attract foreign direct investment to boost its faltering economy: clean energy and incentives to offset the new Global Minimum Tax.Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has embarked on an international roadshow since coming to power in August, ...

The Nation Reporter

BOI to propose ‘Thailand’s Next Step’ plan to new government

The Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI) is preparing a plan to propose to the new government that aims to attract investors by focusing on creating an ecosystem and enhancing ease of doing business in five target industries.The plan, dubbed “Thailand’s Next Step” will prioritise ...

The Nation Reporter

BoI posts 77% rise in value

The value of investment in Thailand soared by 77% year-on-year to 185.7 billion baht from 397 project proposals between January and March, with South Korea being the top foreign investor in terms of value  in the first quarter, says the Board of Investment (BoI).Foreign investment ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Thailand Targets $57 Billion Investment in Green, Tech Sectors

Thailand expects foreign and local companies to pump in about 2 trillion baht ($57 billion) into sectors such as electric vehicles, smart electronics and technologies to build a green and sustainable economy by 2030.The fresh investments may generate 625,000 new jobs and add 1.7 trillion ...

BoI partners with FTI to promote BCG investments

The Board of Investment (BoI) has joined hands with the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) to push ahead with new investments in targeted industries in line with bio-, circular and green (BCG) economic development. A joint committee will be set up by the two institutions to ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Bid to attract EEC investment intensifies

The government is forging cooperation with more than 10 embassies to boost foreign investments in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), with a focus on high-tech and eco-friendly businesses.Ambassadors from countries such as Japan, Germany, France and the Netherlands as well as executives from foreign chambers ...

Lamonphet Apisitniran

Recovery lures foreign fund inflows

Thailand’s bullish economic recovery is attracting high volumes of foreign fund inflows into Thai bonds and stocks, pushing the baht to a seven-month high, making it the strongest currency in Asia year-to-date.According to Kasikorn Research Center, the bond market received 127.79 billion worth of net ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Suggestions for 2022 investments

The year 2021 posted exponential growth for cryptocurrencies and digital assets, which remain both one of the riskiest assets and one of the most promising growth opportunities entering 2022.To capture gains from the growing asset class, brokers advise investing 5-15% of a portfolio in digital ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Ministry pushes for use of EVs in industrial sector to boost investment

In a bid to encourage investment in electric vehicles (EV), the Industry Ministry is joining hands with Siam Cement Group (SCG) to boost the use of EVs in the industrial sector.The ministry is also in the process of inviting other large companies like PTT and ...

The Nation Reporter

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