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More SMEs apply for factory licences this year

BANGKOK,(NNT) - The Industry Ministry is expecting more investments from the private sector at the latter half of the year after signs of local...

Bank of Ayuthaya to increase lending to SMEs

BANGKOK,(NNT) - Bank of Ayudhya is aiming to increase its loans by 6.8 percent, following the government’s agenda of supporting SMEs to gain more...

Government unveils 2nd phase of soft loan program for SMEs

BANGKOK - As part of the government's policy to provide easy access to cash flow for small to medium enterprises (SMEs), the Government Savings...

Business Service Center to be set up to help SMEs

BANGKOK-The Ministry of Industry is expected to spend 630 million baht getting struggling small- and medium-sized enterprises back on their feet.  ...

New fund for SMEs to be injected in October

BANGKOK, 24 September 2015 -The Ministry of Industry is expected to spend 2.5 billion baht helping small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to get back...

Prime Minister thanks economic team for working hard to stimulate Thai...

BANGKOK, 11 September 2015 - Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has expressed his gratitude to his economic team and all related parties for their...

฿35 million allocated to help prepare SMEs for flood and AEC

BANGKOK, 11 September 2012 – The Department of Industrial Promotion is allocating 35 million baht to a project to help Thai SMEs prepare...

Textile industry plans to relocate to avoid minimum wage hike effect

BANGKOK, 11 June 2012 – The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has revealed that the textile and garment sectors have decided to relocate...

Commerce Ministry: Business closure in Q1/2012 nearly doubled from 2011

BANGKOK, 1 May 2012  – According to the Commerce Ministry, the number of businesses closed down in the first quarter this year is...

Thai PM observes Japan’s bullet train operations and local product project

TOKYO, April 22 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Sunday observed the operations of Japan’s Shinkansen high-speed train and local products businesses...

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