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TNT continues event series to strengthen customer preparedness for AEC

(In photo): TNT Express Worldwide (Thailand) Co., Ltd., recently held an “Innovative AEC, Integrated 2014” seminar at Pacific Room, 
The Tide Resort, Bangsaen Beach, Chonburi. From left, Khunthon Siripaiboon, Country ICS Director; 
honorary guest speaker Dr. Wit Sittivaekin; Pornchai Tunprawat, Operations Director; Alan Miu, Managing Director; 
another honorary guest speaker Bancha Chumchaiwate; Charasphan Chamsai, Country Sales and Marketing Director;

Jannes Sluiter, Country Business Development Director; Nonglak Phungsom, Country Human Resources Director


Bangkok: TNT Express Worldwide (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the leading international provider of integrated express services with 34 year-experiences business operation in Thailand, is hosting its seminar on “Innovative AEC, Integrated 2014,” the latest in an ongoing series of forums aimed at sharing knowledge and best practice on pre-AEC preparation strategy.


Myanmar earns record sale in annual gems emporium

Myanmar earns record sale in annual gems emporium

YANGON, July 11 (Xinhua) -- The just-ended 51st annual Myanmar Gems Emporium has fetched 3.4 billion U.S. dollars, up 1 billion dollars compared with that of the previous one, local media reported Friday.

The record-breaking sales were mainly gained through jade lots, said the Mizzima Daily.


America Dreaded International Countries Interweave with NCPO

America Dreaded International Countries Interweave with NCPO U.S. Ambassador to
Discuss the Economy Accelerated Aero Commander of Thailand.

Achieving Burma’s Energy Goal Will Be ‘Very Tough’: Report

Women cycle past a gas power plant in Rangoon’s Thaketa Township. (Photo: JPaing / The Irrawaddy)

Burma faces a “very tough task” to achieve the Ministry of Electric Power’s ambition to develop a modern national energy infrastructure in the next 15 years, an industry report said.


Indonesian Stocks, Rupiah Seen Rising After Joko Claims Presidential Win

A statue of a bull stands in front of an electronic board displaying the closing figure of the Jakarta Composite Index at the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta on Aug. 19, 2013. (Bloomberg Photo/Dimas Ardian)

Jakarta. Indonesian stocks will rise on Thursday after Joko Widodo claimed the presidency, raising optimism that he will push for economic reforms, including fuel subsidy reduction, according to economist Fauzi Ichsan.


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