Porchland Group launch lately project Zen City Condo expand market ready for AEC.
AP-Thailand’s new South Pattaya COO - South Pattaya is focused on tourism for the ‘eastern seaboard’ market region and is aiming at property sales of 30-40% within the first 3-months of launching in the CBD.
The first big centre of high-end home accessories, trading as “Decco” is opening their 3,000-square metre ‘mega-store’ on 30th November in South Pattaya.
The executives of Centara Grand Phratamnak Resort Pattaya, invited the media to dinner to thank and debut their new pool and restaurant.
After a severe plunge in production Pan Asia footwear has currently announced ceasing all shoes and bags production from 31st of August 2013 onwards,resulting in 2000 employee layoffs.
Joyful Pattaya businesses and hotels reaching 100 percent capacity are enjoying the flowing cash of the busy season. An added bonus is the many tourists who continue to stay in Pattaya after the holidays. A business leader estimated that in the one-week period between Christmas and New Year’s Day, more than 6 billion baht is being circulated in Pattaya.
Beer lovers in Pattaya will soon get another choice with the introduction of the new Pattaya Lager Beer. Local dignitaries and other beer aficionados attended the festive launch party at the Cape Dara hotel. The new beer will initially be distributed exclusively in Pattaya.
The nearly bankrupt California Wow Xperience company is facing criminal prosecution in addition to civil lawsuits seeking nearly 100 million baht. The case is being examined by the Department of Special Investigation for consumer fraud. The company is in bankruptcy reorganization.
The Revenue Department plans to eventually add the VAT (Value Added Tax) to any purchases made via the Internet in Thailand. The decision was made in anticipation of the opening of the ASEAN free market in 2015, which is expected to stimulate commerce among the 10 Asian nations.
A 400 million baht condominium project in downtown Pattaya has presold 60 percent of its units. The Chezz Metro Life Condo Condominium hopes to attract the “new generation” of affluent Pattaya workers. Developers expect to sell out the project by year’s end.
Members of the California Wow Xperience fitness club are irate over a letter asking for a membership fee increase, even after the fitness club closed several branches. The company is being sued in Bankruptcy court for unpaid debts of 76 million baht.
BANGKOK, 25 July 2012 – The Thai Rice Exporters Association has revealed that the quantity of rice exports in the first half of this year has reduced by nearly half compared to the same period last year.
BANGKOK, 5 July 2012 – A gift and premium fair is now underway in Bangkok, and the organizers expect the 3-day event to generate hundreds of millions of baht in revenue.
BANGKOK, June 15 - The Bank of Thailand (BoT) Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul reaffirmed Friday that the bank has prepared monetary measures to effectively cope with the impact of the eurozone crisis, particularly on the country’s financial institutions and financial markets.
BANGKOK, 15 June 2012 – One of Thailand’s leading oil business operators is set to open many new service stations to make alternative fuel readily available for motorists.
BANGKOK, 4 June 2012 – Deputy Commerce Minister Siriwat Kajornprasart has revealed that a Swedish representative has recently discussed trade cooperation with the Thai counterpart, aiming to promote Swedish investments in several industries in Thailand.
BANGKOK, 2 June 2012 – Thai consumer prices rose further in May while officials affirmed that the inflationary pressure looks set to ease in the near future.
BANGKOK, 15 May 2012 - The baht has made a new record low in four months following the euro’s depreciation while domestic gold price has dipped to the lowest level in ten months.
Bangkok Bank Plc has sued Thailand's biggest fitness operator: California WOW Xperience Plc (CAWOW).
SONGKHLA, April 23 – Small-scale shrimp farmers in the southern province of Songkhla urged the government to address the problem of low shrimp prices, and threatened to close a bridge if their demand is not met.