Thai investments in ASEAN countries increase World

Thai investments in ASEAN countries increase

Thailand invested 64.75 billion THB (1.9 billion USD) into other ASEAN nations, accounting for 27 percent of the total of 242.9 billion THB channelled overseas from January to September this year.

ASEAN investments help fuel economic development

Twenty years after joining the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Vietnam has become an attractive destination for investors from the region, the Vietnam Investment Review reported, adding that ASEAN investments have greatly contributed to fueling the country’s economic development.
Thai firms spot opportunities in Vietnam Business

Thai firms spot opportunities in Vietnam

The recent increase in investment flows from Thai enterprises has shown that Vietnam is vital for Thailand's economy, especially after the ASEAN Economic Community comes into effect in 2015.
M&A market in Vietnam sees development potential Business

M&A market in Vietnam sees development potential

Despite unpredictable ups and downs in both the number and scale of deals over the past five years, the Merger and Acquisition (M&A) market in Vietnam was rated as the eighth busiest market in Asia-Pacific.

4.5 bln USD invested in petrochemical complex

A joint venture worth 4.5 billion USD to construct the Long Son petrochemical complex has been signed by Petrol Vietnam Group, the Vietnam Chemical Corporation and foreign partners the Siam Cement Group ( Thailand ) and the Qatar Petroleum International Group ( Qatar ).

Vietnam, Thailand to promote trade

Trade and investment activities between Vietnam and Thailand would be further promoted in the new year, said Vietnam's trade counsellor in Thailand.

Thai group expands market in Vietnam

The Thai Siam Cement Group (SCG) on November 3 announced a strategy to expand construction materials market in Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries.

Thai conglomerate goes ahead with petrochemical plan in VN

Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand's largest industrial conglomerate, has decided to proceed with its petrochemical project in Viet Nam, with oil firm Qatar Petroleum International as a new partner, local newspaper reported on November 26.