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Oct 29, 2014 at 09:42 | Source: Reuters
India remained the most bullish consumer market, while Italy became the most pessimistic, according to the survey by global information and insights company Nielsen.
Oct 27, 2014 at 10:44 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Adrian Mowat, Chief Asian & Emerging Equity Strategist, JPMorgan said that fall in global crude prices is positive for EMs like India, Indonesia and Thailand. But, a further reduction in prices is unlikely.
Oct 10, 2014 at 14:48 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Suryalata Spinning Mills Ltd has informed BSE about the demise of Sri Yash Agarwal who was the Whole-Time Director of the Company. The incident occurred on October 05, 2014 in the Krabi province located in the East of Phuket, Thailand.
Oct 08, 2014 at 11:52 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Virendra Chauhan, Oil Analyst, Energy Aspects expects global Brent price to hover between USD 90-95/barrel in first half of 2015.
Oct 04, 2014 at 14:46 | Source: IBNLive.com
During the same period the coefficient decreased in countries such as Cambodia, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand and Uzbekistan.
Sep 23, 2014 at 08:09 | Source: CNBC-TV18
"While we are overweight on both India and Thailand, we do highlight that the market which is still under-owned by foreign investors is Thailand, says Sakthi Siva, Credit Suisse.
Sep 19, 2014 at 19:01 | Source: PTI
Domestic companies are the most positive with a maximum score of 100 for the second consecutive quarter after Narendra Modi was elected Prime Minister, according to Thomson Reuters/Insead Asia Business Sentiment survey released today.
Sep 05, 2014 at 16:04 | Source: CNBC
55 percent of Singaporeans surveyed said they would trade higher wages and career advancements for self-development opportunities, much higher than 43 percent in Malaysia, 42 percent in Hong Kong, 37 percent in Thailand and 30 percent in China.
Sep 04, 2014 at 11:30 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Satnam Arora, managing director, Kohinoor Foods says he is seeing an uptick in Basmati and long grain rice exports to Thailand.
Aug 30, 2014 at 14:38 | Source: CNBC
"It is a booming market with new openings in China and Thailand. Competition is building but it`s healthy," Winston Lo, director of strategy and finance at HK 3D museum told CNBC. The gallery opened in the busy district of Tsim Sha Tsui last month and aims to attract 400,000 visitors in a year`s time.
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babuji555

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Jyoti Structure  

, Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, UK, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Oman, Canada Hong Kong, among other countries. Its client list includes Blue Circle Cement, Lafarge Canada, Longwear Products, FR Cement Corp, Gulf Cement Company, Zlatna Panega Cement, L&T, Associated Cement Cos, Orient Cement, India Cement

9.04 PM Jul 7th

nicknamecha
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Rei Agro  

as Vietnam occupies the number two slot (7.8 million tons of rice exported) and Thailand at number three) with about 7.7 million tons). Thailand’s loss is India’s gain, especially after the political turmoil in Thai made it lose the coveted slot to India two years ago giving a fillip to Indian rice trade

1.19 PM Jul 6th

countryman

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Avanti Feeds  

.) Volume (MT) Total 1294 145,980 2095 165,552 62 13 1 Indonesia 223 23,620 457 32,730 105 39 2 Ecuador 188 24,064 310 28,763 65 20 3 India 216 23,784 369 27,130 71 14 4 Vietnam 113 10,728 329 22,428 191 109 5 Thailand 271 30,060 241 18,051 -11 -40

1.05 PM Jul 4th

sevenzero

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RS Software  

going to thailand in august.how was it, no problems thing resolved in bangkok? i have finished all bookings last month,phuket for 5 days and 4 days in bangk where all you guys went?phi phi, etc

11.59 AM Jul 1st

babuji555

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Jaiprakash Asso  

exports its products to countries like USA, UAE, Japan, Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, UK, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Oman, Canada Hong Kong, among other countries. Its client list includes Blue Circle Cement, Lafarge Canada, Longwear Products, FR Cement Corp, Gulf Cement Company, Zlatna Panega Cement, L

9.12 PM Jun 30th

kavi53

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Ybrant Digital  

Head ..industry can`t be saved by giving doles ..only by making it competitive with the world ...Brazil , Australia , Thailand & South Africa ..are major producers and produce sugar far cheaper than India ..is why India needs a 40% import duty ..it is just not possible for India to compete

6.23 PM Jun 29th

Atal KUMAR

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Balkrishna Ind  

historical low prices of raw materials is the main reason ....trouble in Thailand will keep rubber prices low for quite good time ....low rubber prices implies good OPM and growth for these companies ....the other reason is possible revival in economy which will help auto industry to grow

12.11 PM Jun 20th

Wire News

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UK-THAILAND-POLITICS-MIGRANTS:Cambodians flee Thailand as junta targets illegal labour

4.42 PM Jun 15th

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Rei Agro  

like South Africa, Egypt, Azerbaijan, Tanzania, Poland and Ukraine have tripled in past three years. While domestic demand is growing at 10-15 percent, it is expected that exports are poised to grow at 20-25 percent to reach around 5 million tonne mark this year. As per the reports Thailand

2.27 PM Jun 15th

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Rei Agro  

India will get no one position in rice exports Indian traders are leading and they have set a record of 4 million tones on the higher demand for the middle east and total sales has been up to 10 million for a third straight year. India wants to become a number one exporter by leaving Thailand

2.24 PM Jun 15th

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