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Thailand lures major Chinese investments

BANGKOK: Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak has said that the government plans to connect its new Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) development project with the Chinese government’s One Belt, One Road initiative.

New Thai government to pursue junta's policies

BANGKOK: Thailand’s new government said it plans to pursue a number of economic policies championed by the previous military administration as officials strive to revive growth.

Thai tycoon’s global consortium to bid for rail job

BANGKOK: Billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont’s (pic) Charoen Pokphand Group is teaming up with companies from Asia and Europe to bid for a 225 billion-baht (US$6.8bil) high-speed rail link connecting three international airports in Thailand.

Thailand’s US$6.9bil rail link to pick contractor

BANGKOK: Thailand expects to select a consortium by January to build a 225 billion baht (US$6.9bil) high-speed rail link connecting three international airports, one of the largest transport projects in its history.

Thailand says US$44bil project can link to Obor

SINGAPORE: Thailand said a US$44bil plan to add infrastructure and upgrade industry on its eastern seaboard can link up with China’s Belt and Road Initiative, as part of a push to encourage economic growth.

A US$54b economic revamp at risk from Thailand election uncertainty

BANGKOK: A high-speed train that glides from an expanded coastal airport handling 60 million passengers toward cavernous new stations in Bangkok. An infrastructure blitz that takes Thailand’s economy to new heights.

Thailand faces risk of political disarray as vote nears

BANGKOK: A high-speed train that glides from an expanded coastal airport handling 60 million passengers toward cavernous new stations in Bangkok. An infrastructure blitz that takes Thailand’s economy to new heights.

Experts worried about lack of digital skills in Thailand

The hype over Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s US$300 (RM1.1bil) investment in Thailand and its huge Tmall online platform has only masked the country’s fundamental weaknesses in embracing the digital technology for economic and social benefits, according to experts.