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How Thailand Turned into Outsider

Once Thailand has been a beacon of freedom and prosperity in Southeast Asia, a bastion of democracy, the center of commerce in the region and shelter for refugees from other countries, backward and war-stricken. The kingdom was called "Teflon" for ability of its economy to experience years of...

The Packaging And Testing Market For Semiconductors Are On The Rise In China, Predicts A New Market Analysis

A new market analysis report forecast says that the packaging market for semiconductors and their “test market” are likely to grow in the China in the “coming years”. Dublin – 07 December 2015 – Research and Markets group has made an announcement informing the new addition into the Chinese market,...

A Day of Cybersecurity Could Cost UK’s Top Firms upto £10,000: Survey

With the proliferation of instances of corporate hacking, cybersecurity experts are having a field day – at least that is what the scenario is in the UK according to a recruiting company.   According to recruiter Manpower, the average charge for a day of protection of the vulnerable IT...

A Revised Third Quarter GDP Expansion Helps Japan to Dodge Recession

Japan's economy offered a glimmer of hope for policymakers struggling to end years of stagnation after the far eastern economic giant managed to wade off recession in the third quarter with the initial estimate of a contraction revised to an annualized expansion of 1.0 percent.   This...

Investors Expect Oil Prices Expected to be Lower for Even longer After OPEC’s Decision to Lift Produciton Ceiling

A decision by the OPEC to lift a production ceiling resulted in global fall in oil prices influencing the investors and experts to predict that the oil prices would remain low for even a longer period of time. The OPEC decision also resulted in U.S. crude futures reaching a value of below $60 a...

Mexico to Get Rid of Oil Dependence

The collapse in oil prices has hit Mexico budget’s hard. Proceeds from the oil sales fell by almost 40% since the beginning of the year, said the country’s Ministry of Finance. In the first 10 months of the year, the budget has received just 654 billion pesos, equivalent of nearly $ 40 billion. The...

Even as Asia Pacific M&A Crosses $1 Trillion Mark, Chinese Banks Miss the Party

While the mergers and acquisitions in the Asia Pacific region crossed the  $1 trillion mark for the first time aided by a surge in Chinese cross-border technology and telecoms deals, the mainland banks are missing out on the payoffs as they badly trail global rivals in advisory work.  ...

With a Second Quarter Growth of 7.4% India Now Fastest Growing Large Economy

With a reported growth rate of 7.4% in the second quarter, India becomes the fastest growing large economy on the planet.   And this growth rate eclipses the growth of China, one of the Indian governments stated aims.   The manufacturing industry provided the boost in growth, a sector...

British Spending on Online Shopping Increased by 36% on the "Black Friday"

In Britain, spending on online shopping increased by 36% and amounted to £ 1,1 billion ($ 1.7 billion) on the "Black Friday," November 27, compared to the last year sale. These are preliminary data of UK online retail association IMRG. According to the research company Footfall, the number of those...

LG to Invest $ 9 Billion in OLED-Displays

The Korean manufacturer of consumer electronics LG plans to invest 10 trillion won ($ 8.7 billion) in building a new plant for OLED-displays production. This may be caused by a possible Apple's transition to this type of screens in 2018, as it was previously reported by the media. The Korean...
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