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Headlines : Top Stories Updated Sat, 16 Dec 2017 17:41:50
US upgrades Thailand for improved IP protection
Description: WASHINGTON: The United States has removed Thailand from its Priority Watch List of intellectual property (IP) violators in recognition of the country's efforts to improve IP protection and enforcement.
BBL forecasts bad-loan peak
Description: Bangkok Bank (BBL) expects non-performing loans (NPLs) in the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) segment to peak next quarter after increasing at a slow pace against a backdrop of economic recovery.
More state aid for rubber approved
Description: The government on Friday approved state measures to tackle low rubber prices, including a new loan package worth 20 billion baht for entrepreneurs who agree to purchase and stockpile rubber.
Ex-Toshiba firm readies Thai HQ
Description: Toshiba Lifestyle Products & Services Corporation, which was sold by embattled parent company Toshiba to China's Midea Group last year, plans to set up an international headquarters (IHQ) in Thailand next month in a bid to raise its competitiveness and global sales.
Experts back move to buy speed cameras
Description: Road safety experts have voiced their support for a plan to buy state-of-the-art speed cameras, as used in the UK and the US, to help reduce the country's sky-high accident rate.
Tax perks ahead for bank mergers
Description: The Finance Ministry is mulling tax incentives to persuade local commercial banks to merge, hoping to sharpen their competitive edge against foreign lenders and regional rivals in particular.
Drunk drivers risk having cars seized over New Year
Description: Police have vowed to strictly enforce traffic regulations and are considering impounding vehicles of suspected drunk drivers in attempts to minimise road accidents during the coming festive season.
BMA finds environmental utility in uprooted poles
Description: Having removed 800 electricity poles from Bangkok's roads, City Hall has hit on the idea of turning these no longer needed concrete columns into an ideal solution to one of its major problems -- coastal erosion.
Wissanu dismisses talk of poll delay
Description: Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam has brushed aside talk that the regime has given a signal for changes to be made to the organic law governing political parties in order to delay the general election and retain the regime's grip on power.
Bullet train project set to cost B420bn
Description: Japan has concluded its study on the Bangkok-Chiang Mai Shinkansen-like bullet train construction, estimating investment costs to be as high as 420 billion baht and fares of just over 1,000 baht a trip.
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