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Thai Credit Guarantee Corp to focus on SMEs
THE Thai Credit Guarantee Corp (TCG) is focused on promoting three small and medium-sized enterprise segments, president Vallobh Tejapaibul said late on Friday.

Worldwide vigils for victims of Paris terror attack
Paris. Credit: Reuters A woman holds a candle in Paris, close to where the tragedy happened. Credit: Reuters People brave heavy rain for a vigil in Frankfurt, Germany.

70% of visitors satisfied with Japan’s credit card services
A survey of tourists’ views on credit card services in Japan has found that 72 percent are satisfied, an industry survey says.

Two arrested for using stolen credit cards of foreign tourists
Pithawat Akkarathitiwirakul, 52, and Narongrit Boonyawat, 43, were arrested in Pattaya at 1:30 am after police were alerted by the Kasikorn Bank. The two admitted that they bought ...

Former Thai PM Shinawatra faces corruption charges
A criminal case will be filed in Thailand against former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra for her involvement in a controversial rice-pledging scheme, the office of the attorney general (OAG) said ...

Thai junta caught between rock and hard place over ex-PM impeachment
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's army-stacked parliament will vote in an impeachment hearing against ousted Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday, testing a fragile calm between the rural ...

TCG, financial institutions 'ready to cope' with new law on guarantees
All financial institutions are ready for guarantees from the Thai Credit Guarantee Corporation (TCG) on their new loans as a means to cope with the revised law on loan guarantees, while the TCG remains confident of achieving its guarantee target of Bt80 billion for the year.

Tesco Receives Second Junk Blow as S&P Lowers Credit Rating
Tesco Plc (TSCO) was dealt a new blow as Standard & Poor’s joined Moody’s Investors Service in cutting debt at the U.K.’s biggest grocer to below investment grade.

KBank, KTB to arrange Ch Kanchang's Issue
Subscriptions will open to retail and institutional investors next month for Ch Karnchang's five-year-and-11-month debentures worth up to Bt4 billion at branches of Kasikornbank (KBank) and Krungthai Bank (KTB)

Limited gain from cheap oil
Thailand will be among developing economies in the Asia-Pacific that stand to benefit the most from the drop in the price of oil, but the gain could be eliminated if the United States starts to raise interest rates this year, according to a new report.

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