LIVING A GOOD LIFE IN AMAZING THAILAND
THE WORLD Bank believes Thailand should be able to achieve long-term annual economic growth of 4-5 per cent if the government can successfully push through its “Thailand 4.0” model.
A real estate survey in Bangkok from 2012 to 2015 showed that the average total value of the market was at 140,000 million baht, with 50% of this value concentrated in the Asoke-Phrom Phong area.
Less than a decade ago, the International Monetary Fund used to talk about Asian countries piling up too much in their currency-reserve stockpiles.
With the Orange Line project linking Thailand Cultural Centre and Min Buri scheduled to go up for bidding next year, new condo supply on Rama IX Road is surging.
THE AVERAGE price of land in the Rama IX-Ratchadaphisek area of Bangkok has increased significantly over the last five years, from Bt200,000 per square wah (4 square metres)
The government's ambitious plan to develop high-speed train projects with China and Japan is expected to come to fruition this year. China will be involved in the rail project running from Bangkok
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At least 50 Japanese companies that have invested in Thailand have said they will definitely expand their investment further, mostly in the Eastern Economi Corridor (EEC), according to the Japanese
Thailand's property investment in the second quarter topped 112 billion baht, driven by two transactions worth a combined 59 billion baht by billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi's TCC Group that b