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Update: Mon, Mar 27 2017    

CeBIT focuses on digitalisation

This year’s CeBIT provided tangible evidence of the wave of digitalisation sweeping the economy and society.

Motor show glitz taps sales

expected to help sustain momentum of first 2 months of 2017

Move to extend lease period expected to stir interest of foreigners

The move to revise the leasehold act and extend the lease period from 30 years to 50 years will be good for developers who offer residential homes to foreigners, both in Bangkok and at tourist destinations, property experts said.

Thai firms told to watch out for GI certification

IP Department calls for caution in the use of certain words to market their products

Economic growth above 3% ‘achievable’

THE STRONG confidence shown by public and private enterprises with their investment budgets is good reason to believe that Thailand’s economy will grow by more than 3 per cent this year, economic experts said.

Learning the art of being assertive

NHA opens innovative centre to boost salesonestop home service part of rebranding, says governor

National Housing Authority (NHA), the statecontrolled housing developer for lowincome earners, plans to open an innovative centre in Bangkok this year, aiming it to support home sales.

Investments in Thailand up by 20 per cent

Thailand’s corporate and state enterprises plan to invest more than Bt1 trillion this year, including in projects eligible for tax incentives from the Board of Investment (BOI), according to a survey by The Nation.

Penalties, criminal fines no longer deductible expensesSpecial to

All penalties, criminal fines and surcharges imposed under any tax laws can no longer be claimed as a deductible expense. Section 65 ter (6) of the Revenue Code provides that penalties, criminal fines and surcharges are disallowable expenses in the determination of taxable net profits.

MPC not expected to change rate, while window dressing in first quarter unlikely

In midMarch, the US Federal Reserve decided to raise its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points to 0.751.0 per cent and expects to raise it two more times this year, provided inflation is higher. The US inflation rate was 2.7 per cent in February, which made the real interest rate minus1.7 per cent.

New Audi importer Meister Technik will launch the Audi Q5 at this year's Bangkok International Motor Show.

WITH sales showing strong growth during the first two months of this year, automakers are making sure the trend will continue with a large collection of new models to be launched at this year’s Bangkok International Motor Show.

Myanmar legislation fuels investors' interest

Reforms to enable business will send out positive signals, expert panel hears

OHO’s new “social commerce platform” aims to create Bt5 billion of economic value annually

OHO has launched a new social commerce platform service called JPN Marketing to provide effective integrated online marketing which targets online entrepreneurs and aims to create economic value of Bt5 billion annually.

Thai firms told to watch out for GI certificationIP Department calls for caution in the use of words to market

The Intellectual Property Department has warned Thai enterprisฌes to beware of using imitation words to name their products as it could breach the intellectual property right on Geographical Indication (GI).

Investors to get more protection under new Myanmar law

Nay Pyi Taw - An amendment to the Myanmar Companies Law is under way, and is currently in the hands of the Bill Committee, and will be discussion at the coming parliament, said Aung Naing Oo, secretary of Myanmar Investment Commission.

Driving on air in the elegant E300 Coupe

The Nation’s Kingsley Wijayasinha descends on Barcelona to test-drive this new Mercedes-Benz and is treated to not only stress-free motoring but also a highly comfortable luxury coupe experience

SeaWorld to expand in China after investment deal

BEIJING - A Chinese real estate investment firm has announced it has become the largest shareholder in SeaWorld and intends to import the US company's controversial theme parks into China.

Supercar caravan marks Ferrari’s 70th anniversary

FERRARI importer Cavallino Motors is staging a caravan of 70 Ferraris from Bangkok to Ayutthaya Historical Park on March 25 today to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Italian sports-car brand.

Govt may extend land-holding right of aliens

THE FINANCE Ministry has been studying ways to amend the law to extend the length of time foreigners can hold land and property in Thailand to 50 years from the present 30 years in order to boost the real-estate sector.

Opting for short-term bonds could be good move

IN LINE with market expectations, the US Federal Reserve raised its policy interest rate by 25 basis points to 0.75-1.00 per cent last week. The higher rate with the hint at three more increases this year has affected the global market positively.