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Revised EU carbon plan will hit Asean

Southeast Asian nations including Thailand may lose an opportunity to sell more carbon credits to the European market after 2012 as the world’s largest carbon market is increasing its purchases from less developed countries. The Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organisation (TGO) has acknowledged the issue and been in contact with European delegations in Thailand in discussing solutions, said its deputy executive director Prasertsuk Chamornman.

Aroma marketing firm smells success

A Finland-based aroma marketing company hopes its new technology will energise Thailand’s printing and packaging industry by stimulating advertising with its low cost. Finland-based KA Aroma Marketing LLC is poised to enter Thailand this year, expecting newspapers and magazines can attract more advertising by offering something new media cannot.

In the mix: diversifying investments

Prime numbers are numbers that can be wholly divided only by themselves and one. Some experts say that prime investments are just as specific and unique. However, this is not really the case. Investment types and styles vary markedly, as do investors’ opinions about what is best suited to their individual needs.

Industry confidence, car exports up

The Thai Industries Sentiment Index (TISI) rose for the third consecutive month to 109.7 in December from 99.7 in November, Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) chairman Payungsak Chartsuthipol said on Thursday.

Asean integration ‘on the right track’ Trade facilitation remains top priority

The 10 Asean economies have moved closer to removing import taxes and business barriers to market penetration and competitiveness in terms of scale, say business representatives.

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