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Indonesia seeks $2bn in compensation from Thai state oil firms

The Indonesian government sued Thailand's state-owned oil companies PTT and PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) for more than $2 billion for alleged damage to...
Thailand: State enterprise workers on strike from May 22

State enterprise labour unions have agreed to a strike of state workers from May 22 to show disapproval of the "Thaksin regime" and those...
Thailand’s PTT readies massive Myanmar energy investment

PTT, Thailand’s largest energy firm, is readying billions of US dollars to invest further into the rapidly opening Myanmar economy, President and CEO Pailin...
Big names ready to enter Vietnam

More and more multinational corporations and global investors are looking to invest in Vietnam despite the country's current economic uncertainties in the banking sector...
Thailand to invest in Mozambique

Thailand and the southeast African state of Mozambique are exploring joint investments in energy-related projects and the mineral sector, with Thailand to transfer energy...
Potential abound

The Islamic Bank of Thailand is the Buddhist nation's first Shariah-compliant bank. Senior executive VP Rak Vorrakitpokatorn in an exclusive interview.
Bangkok Skytrain Sunset

Thailand's major companies and business tycoons were the top deal makers in foreign investment in ASEAN in 2012 so far. The record $25 billion of...
Dung Quat Refinery

Thailand's oil and gas giant PTT has plans to build a massive refinery in central Vietnam at total project costs of $28.7 billion, according...
PTT Station

Thailand's oil major PTT has plans to open 60 petrol service stations in Laos over the next 5 years as part of its regional...
LNG Vessel

Thailand's PTT has finally reached an agreement with Qatar to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the world's largest supplier. The finalised deal follows months...
Cove Energy

Oil Major PTT is ready to take over Cove Energy's Africa operations for $1.9 billion, and brewer Thai Beverage is up to tap the...

Declining asset prices of European firms in the wake of the EU debt crisis are prompting major Asian companies to look at possible acquisition...

The World Economic Forum on East Asia 2012 opens its doors on May 30 in Thailand's capital Bangkok. The three-day conference is themed 'Shaping...