KUALA LUMPUR, October 25, 2011 - Japanese auto giant Honda halted production at its Malaysian plant Tuesday due to disruption to its supply chain caused by devastating floods in neighbouring Thailand.
TOKYO, October 21, 2011 - Leading Japanese automaker Toyota said Friday its three factories in Thailand will stay closed for another week due to the effects of severe flooding.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 18, 2011 - Silicon Valley star Sean Parker said Monday that Facebook would have to blunder in a big way for Google's social network to steal its crown.
TOKYO, October 14, 2011 - Toyota on Friday said it would extend a production halt in Thailand through October 22 due to parts supply constraints as a result of the country's worst flooding in decades.
TOKYO, October 12, 2011 - Toyota on Wednesday said production at its three Thailand plants would be halted until at least Saturday, with the operations of many Japanese firms crippled by the country's worst flooding in decades.
BANGKOK, October 3, 2011 - Thai inflation slowed in September thanks to reduced energy costs and a stronger baht, which lowered the cost of imported goods, the government said on Monday.
BANGKOK, September 25, 2011 - A populist policy aimed at boosting the incomes of Thai farmers has raised fears of global rice price turbulence, and experts say the kingdom could just be hurting itself.
Asian markets fell further on Monday due to nagging uncertainty over the eurozone as leaders of the debt-troubled region struggle to find a plan to solve the crisis.
The global economy is much weaker than believed just months ago, and growth will pick up only slightly next year, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday.
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt will take center stage at a Senate hearing Wednesday into whether the Internet giant is abusing its dominant position in online search.
The IMF gave Greece an ultimatum on Monday to introduce more budget austerity to win the release of rescue funds and escape bankruptcy early next month.
Plans for a major shake-up of Britain's banks are revealed on Monday when a government-appointed commission publishes final recommendations aimed at avoiding further state bailouts of lenders.
The US economy continues to grow slowly, with patches of weaker activity, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday in a report ahead of a key monetary policy meeting this month.
The European Central Bank will this week call a halt to its recent cycle of rising interest rates, analysts predicted, with no sign that the eurozone's economic and financial woes are ending soon.
Pattaya businessmen recently opened a supercar showroom called “Vehicle Spot” selling imported luxury vehicles. The new showroom is aiming at sales a volume of 100 vehicles per year. Target customers will be international tourists and locals with high purchasing power residing in Pattaya and the Eastern Seabord.
BANGKOK, August 25, 2011- Thailand's trade surplus more than doubled in July from the previous month and export values hit a new record, official data showed Thursday, rebounding from a slowdown caused by Japan's earthquake.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 25, 2011 - Apple's legendary co-founder and top ideas man Steve Jobs resigned as chief executive Wednesday in a move long expected after he began a dramatic fight with cancer.
SINGAPORE, August 18, 2011 - A company 49-percent owned by Singapore state-linked investment firm Temasek Holdings has sold part of its stake in Shin Corp, the Thai telecom group said Thursday.
Diageo Plc (DGE), maker of Johnnie Walker scotch and Smirnoff vodka, will pay more than $16 million to resolve U.S. regulatory claims the firm bribed officials in South Korea, India and Thailand to win sales and tax benefits.
Arashi, the Japanese motorcycle shoes were unveiled to the public in Pattaya.