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

Foreign investment pledges fall 29% y/y Jan-Sept

Foreign investment applications in Thailand amounted to 118.5 billion baht in January-September, down 29% from a year earlier, as investors were deterred by the coronavirus pandemic, an investment agency said on Wednesday.Foreign investors remain interested in the country, despite months of political protests.Keep reading ...

Marginal increase in new companies registering in the EEC

The number of new companies registering in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) from January to August this year rose 2.03 per cent year on year to 4,976, according to the director-general of the Department of Business Development, Vuttikrai Leewiraphan.Keep reading ...

The Nation Reporter

Cabinet approves steps towards "ease of doing business"

Among the key measures included in “Thailand Plus Package”, a new package drawn up to attract foreign investment, is the easing of procedure for foreign investors in applying for visa and work permit.Keep reading ...

The Nation Reporter

Thai investment view undimmed by strains of world economic tensions

The Board of Investment (BoI) has increased its target for investment into the country lured by its privileges in spite of the uncertain economic conditions. While the 2019 target of Bt750 billion exceeds that of last year’s Bt720 billion, it has been described as conservative.Keep ...

Phuwit Limviphuwat

Myanmar looks East

The government of Myanmar has launched a major investment drive centred on Asian countries in the face of declining interest from the West. “We must be proactive and seek the sort of investment that is good for the country,” Thaung Tun, head of the Myanmar ...

Thailand Considers Opening Service Businesses to More Foreign Investment

Thailand is considering opening some businesses in the service industry to more foreign investment, the Bangkok Post reported on Monday (March 26). A panel overseeing the review will meet on Thursday to decide the types of service businesses that will be opened up to foreign ...

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