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  • Tom 9:00 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink
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    Expat Survey and Thailand on International Ranking Track 

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    Thailand thus far has been included in many surveys and rankings conducted by various international organizations. Some of the released results can indeed bring fame to the nation in different areas despite the ongoing political instability and persisting street protests. However, some rankings have tarnished the national image and have warned the responsible authorities to fix the problem to put the country back on track.

    In the beginning of June, the Political and Economic Risk Consultancy Co. Ltd (PERC) ranked Thailand third place in regards to efficiency of the public sector system in Asia, after Singapore and Hong Kong. Then, at the beginning of November, Thailand was ranked second for the world’s best value destination by the Lonely Planet in its ‘Best In Travel 2010’ guide as one of the cheapest long haul holidays for European tourists. At the end of November, Thailand won top honors in the November issue of Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2009 in several categories including the Top 100 list of hotels. (More …)

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  • Tom 10:29 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
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    Thailand ranked 84th in worldwide corruption index 

    Thailand ranks 10th in Asia and ends with 84th in the world, in this year’s corruption perceptions index released by Transparency Thailand.

    Thailand, El Salvador, Kuatemala, India and Panama scored 3.4 out of 10 points in the ranking. Corruption Perceptions Index measures the perceived level of public- sector corruption in 180 countries. A higher score means less corruption. The ranking was based on surveys from 10 pollsters. (More …)

     
  • Tom 9:16 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: agencies, , Dashboard, , FDI, , , , , , JETRO, , , , ranking, , , , , , UNCTAD, , world economic slump   

    Investment potential in Thailand remains high 

    The current situation in Thailand with political conflicts among the people, the southern border problem, the world economic slump, and lately the action taken by the Thai court in suspending 76 projects in Map Ta Put industrial zone, seems to affect investors’ decision-making in putting their investment in Thailand.

    However, quite a number of investors are still confident to expand their investment in Thailand such as LG Electronics (Thailand) Co., Ltd., and Nissan Motors. Those entrepreneurs kept expanding their business bases in Thailand since they remain satisfied with the government’s performance and the advantages that could be gained from investment in Thailand. (More …)

     
  • Tom 7:09 pm on September 1, 2009 Permalink
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    Jurin earnest to upgrade Thai universities to world’s top ranking 

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    Education Minister Jurin Laksanawisit has planned to propel more Thai universities to be enlisted in the World’s Top 500 Universities and to provide 12 billion baht for driving forward the National Research University Project.

    Mr Jurin yesterday chaired an MOU signing ceremony between the Office of the Higher Education Commission and the rectors of 9 universities that had been selected as the National Research Universities. During his speech in the ceremony, he encouraged the university heads and the people working in the academic field to help develop the educational quality of the country. (More …)

     
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