Three EEC projects to be proposed

A working group on the Eastern Economic Corridor set up by the Cabinet plans to propose to the EEC Committee at the end of this month that it open opportunities for the private sector to join in the development of three infrastructure projects worth a ...

Padaeng agrees dividend, focuses on new areas

Padaeng Industry’s annual general shareholders’ meeting on Tuesday passed a resolution to pay dividends of Bt1 per share, for a total of Bt226 million, managing director Francis Vanbellen said. PDI will pay those whose names appear on the shareholders list by May 3 in accordance ...

Thailand plans to buy Cambodian water

Thailand’s listed Eastern Water Resources Development and Management Plc’s subsidiary Universal Utilities Plc. a tap water provider, plans to spend some 200 million baht ($6 million) a year to buy water from the still to be built Stung Nam hydroelectric dam in Koh Kong province ...

Tap water supplier in Eastern region expects strong demand from EEC

Universal Utilities Group, which supplies tap water in the Eastern region of Thailand, plans to invest an average of Bt200 million a year to develop water-treatment systems, especially in Chachoengsao, Rayong, and Chon Buri provinces, to serve expected strong demand from the Eastern Economic Corridor. ...

Migrants expected to meet demand for unskilled labour in Chon Buri

The number of unskilled migrant workers in Chon Buri province is expected to increase significantly, by about 30,000 annually over the next three years, driven by the government’s Eastern Economic Corridor development project. The EEC is expected to attract more private investment as well as labourers ...

High-speed trains to accelerate towards bids

Bidding on construction of the Bangkok-Rayong high-speed train is expected to take place this year as part of efforts to jump-start the Eastern Economic Corridor, the government’s flagship project for Thailand 4.0. Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak said the terms of reference for the project will ...

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