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Stcoks Press Release : 24 Aug 2020

KBSPIF's solid fundamentals trigger optimism on trading debut Stcoks—24 Aug 20

Khonburi Sugar Power Plant Infrastructure Fund (KBSPIF) starts trading today on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) with an expected positive market reception. KBSPIF's prospects are driven by its investment in the biomass power generation business of

EXIM Thailand Joins Hands with DBD, Ministry of Commerce in Online Business Matching Program to Expand Thai Franchise Businesses in CLMV Stcoks—24 Aug 20

Mr. Pisit Serewiwattana (second left), President of Export-Import Bank of Thailand (EXIM Thailand), and Mr. Sathaporn Ruamnapaya (second right), Director of Business Promotion and Development Division, Department of Business Development (DBD), Ministry

CPALL to offer 4 series of Thai Baht debentures with expected subscription period during 21-22, Stcoks—24 Aug 20

CPALL to offer 4 series of Thai Baht debentures with expected subscription period during 21-22, 24-25, and 28 September, providing investment opportunity with coupon rate of 3.00% p.a. for 4-year-9-month-1-day series CPALL, the operator of 7-Eleven and

FICO Survey: 91% of Thai Banks Believe AI Will Stop More Money Laundering Stcoks—24 Aug 20

- 82 percent currently experience significant struggles modifying their existing rules-based anti-money laundering (AML) compliance system Highlights: - 91 percent of Thai banks believe AI will stop more money laundering. - 95 percent of Thai banks

mai-listed companies report THB 1.09 billion net profit in H1 Stcoks—24 Aug 20

H1 total sales down 7.9 pct to THB 82.54 billionCumulative net profit during Jan-June down 73 pct to THB 1.09 billionAgro & Food Industry, Industrials and Technology industry groups reported higher net profits Companies listed on Market for

Thai SET-listed companies’ H1 net profit falls 58.7% y-o-y Stcoks—24 Aug 20

Companies listed on The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) posted an aggregate net profit of THB 187.9 billion (approx. USD 6.09 billion) in the six months through June of 2020, down 58.7 percent from the previous year, grappled by COVID-19 outbreak and