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  • Tom 7:56 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Cement, , , , , gas, , interest rates, manufacturing, , resume, securities analyst, , , ,   

    Thai bourse index likely to fluctuate heavily next year 

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand’s composite index will remain in an upward trend next year although it will fluctuate greatly in the first and second quarters, according to a leading securities analyst.

    Sukij Udomsirikul , first vice president of Siam City Securities Co’s Research Division, projected the index would peak at 880 points and plunge to the lowest at 540 points in 2010. It is likely to stay at an average of 750 million. (More …)

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  • Tom 1:44 pm on October 18, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , Copenhagen, , , gas, , , millionaire, , , The United Nations, , , ,   

    The lead countries do not follow their pledge at Global Warming 

    The United Nations

    The United Nations

    The United Nations specified the authorities on negotiation in the Global Warming meeting do not follow the leader’s pledge to achieve the agreement at the conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 7-18 December

    Mr. Yanof Plaster – Head of the Climate Change Party assigned by Mr. Ban Kee Mun – UN’s Secretary-General said in the Leaders’ Conference for Climate changing at UN last month, China and USA the great two countries disposing greenhouse gas had pledged to actualize many subjects but after the meeting for 2 weeks in Bangkok, there were no furtherance such as the cashes millionaire countries would allocate to poor countries and the obligation to limit manufacturing greenhouse gases from the countries. (More …)

     
  • Tom 9:21 am on October 11, 2009 Permalink
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    Marine Department taking steps to curb greenhouse gas emissions from ships 

    transported by ship

    The Marine Department has initiated cooperation with state and private agencies to launch a campaign to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from Thai ships for Maritime Day 2009.

    Director of the Marine Department Chaloh Kocharat said 90% of Thailand (See Thailand Hotels) ‘s exported goods were currently transported by ship. Thailand (See Thailand Hotels) ‘s over 400 commercial transport vessels have become a noted contributor to greenhouse gases, prompting the Marine Department to take steps to convince operators to use more fuel-efficient vessels and instigate measures to reduce their impact on the environment. (More …)

     
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