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Now is an excellent time to buy CONDOS in Thailand. The good news is that Thailand never followed the USA craze of the property subprime splurge & greediness which has now lead to USA borrowing $US2b a day just to keep the lights on. They are in fact broke but can print more $$$ at will as the $$$ seems Ok as at Nov 2008. Thailand controls their lands from foreign speculation and well done. One of the few countries that owns their lands left and they must be congratulated to protect their people as they have done. LISTING OF FINANCE COMPANIES WHO HAVE GONE BUST DUE TO PROPERTY SPECULATION AROUND THE WORLD. THE SAME CAN HAPPEN ...
The king is officially titled Head of State, the Head of the Armed Forces, an Upholder of the Buddhist religion, and the Defender of all Faiths. The largest city in Thailand is Bangkok , the capital, which is also the country's center of political, commercial, industrial and cultural activities. Thailand is the world's 50th largest country in terms of total area (slightly smaller than Yemen and slightly larger than Spain ), with a surface area of approximately 513,000 km 2 (198,000 sq mi), and the 21st most-populous country , with approximately 64 million people. About 75% of the population is ethnically Thai , ...
French companies still confident about investing in Thailand ...
and was considering investing more in the country, according to Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya.Mr. Kasit made the revelation during his official visit to Europe as part of the government’s effort to restore foreign investor confidence in Thailand. The foreign minister had an opportunity to discuss with executives of the French Employers Council comprising representatives of major companies such as Michelin, Alcatel, Airbus, and Casino BigC.Interviewed after the meeting, he explained Thailands political atmosphere and direction to the representatives of the French private sector.They remain confident in Thailand and affirmed ... market research, surveys and trends
Investing in Thailand
Every investor knows the phrase, but very few have the required fortitude to actually put it in practice. When there’s blood on the streets, most investors bail and head for cover as fast as they can. But the sentiment goes double when the blood is literal – like we’ve recently seen in one Southeast Asian country, formerly thought of as one of the most stable in the region… but now, somewhat unfairly, considered just as bad as the rest. I’m talking about Thailand – a country no self-respecting investor would go near with a ten-foot pole. Right? After all, they just had a civil war… or something… right? Well, not exactly. market research, surveys and trends


so much negative news around nowadays, we tend to forget some of the great stories investors in Thailand have to tell. Several world market leaders from the Netherlands have chosen Thailand as their main base in Asia, and they continue to grow and invest in Thailand. Included are some major brand names, such as Philips, ING and Heineken. But smaller and medium-sized companies also contribute significantly to Thailand’s economic growth. industry trends, business articles and survey research
China's Go-out Strategy: Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Thailand
Tong Ren Tang, the leading producer of traditional Chinese medicine with a history more than 300 years, has started to explore the overseas market with five joint-venture companies overseas to handle local sales as well as several pharmacies in Hong Kong, Britain, USA, Australia and Thailand. It has formed its unique feature in pharmacy, on the basis of traditional craftsmanship and modern scientific method. It produces therapeutic Chinese patent medicine with 24 drug forms and over 800 varieties per year. Tong Ren Tang promises to produce more and better drugs to contribute to the people's health around the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Japanese investors wary after recent turmoil
In the aftermath of the recent political violence, Japanese investors in Thailand have a variety of concerns when it comes to weighing their future plans in the Kingdom. In an exclusive interview with The Nation, Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) Bangkok president Munenori Yamada said the political turmoil had had a direct impact on foreign investors, in particular those from Japan, the largest source of foreign direct investment in the Kingdom. Yamada said Japanese investors could be broken down into three main business clusters: the manufacturing sector; the services industry - largely information and communication ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Daily International Briefing from Global Investing (IBN, PT, GSK, VVUS, FCO ...
US data is actually expected to be woeful. Especially existing home sales (Friday) - forecast to fall 10% in June (which if they did, would only mean a 5% below average result). Housing starts out Tuesday are expected to drop a further 2.2% after a 10% drop in May. Note that a number of factors have conspired to bring the starts down here - the end of the homebuyer tax credits, difficulties in processing loans, BP's oil spill. It is therefore impossible to detect the true underlying trend. Now all the while, US consumer spending has been rising, industrial production and manufacturing accelerating and private sector jobs ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Sector Overview Outsourcing and Investing in Thailand
investing in Thailand. The incentives offered from government institutions are many, the infrastructure is well developed, the geographical location is ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Thailand maintains an open, market-oriented economy and encourages foreign direct investment as a means of promoting economic development, employment, and technology transfer. In recent decades, Thailand has been a major destination for foreign direct investment, and hundreds of U.S. companies have operated here successfully. Thailand continues to welcome investment from all countries and seeks to avoid dependence on any one country as a source of investment. In February 2008, the inauguration of an administration formed by a parliamentary coalition led by the People’s Power Party (PPP) marked the return of a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Thailand: An Economic Evaluation
investors may invest in Thailand, but if they pull out of the Thai market having had their investment in. Thailand for less than a year they would be forced ...
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