Java Programmer – LEADING POWER CO., LTD.

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Thai SMEs and startup companies to raise funds via capital markets

BANGKOK (NNT) – The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is pursuing its initiative to encourage SMEs and startup businesses to raise funds via the capital market, expecting general investment this year to be challenged by external factors, urging investors to properly manage the risks.

SET President Pakorn Peetathawatchai said the SET aims to promote balanced growth due to technological changes in the capital market this year, by streamlining its services at One-Stop Service points for registered companies, as well as providing opportunities in Thailand and abroad through capital market connections with Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam.

The SET will be urging SMEs and startup companies to raise funds via capital markets, and improve regulations to provide better ease of doing businesses.

He said the overall investment scene in Thailand’s stock exchanges and capital markets will be subject to external challenges and fluctuations…

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High Tech Industries: Tech Jobs Aren’t Just in Tech

Stereotypes around tech often include images of vast futuristic campuses filled with scooters where employees can bring their dogs to work and take naps in sleep pods. But the truth is the tech labor market is more complex than that. Software engineers don’t just work at Apple and Google — they work at banks, transportation companies and food distributors too.

As the world shifts to being digital, almost all companies need some sort of tech staff. Because of this, tech jobs on the whole are on the rise — between 2012 and 2017, tech jobs as a share of all jobs rose from 2.8% to 3.3%. But within many high tech industries, tech workers as a proportion of employees are actually declining, as companies hire for nontechnical roles at a faster rate.

If this seems counterintuitive, that’s because industries aren’t as homogeneous as we think. It’s not only bankers who work at banks — a variety of staff is needed, including tech talent, to support the business. The same …

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Investment promotion requests exceeded 750bn baht in 2019

BANGKOK (NNT) – Thailand remained an investment destination for international investors last year, as reflected in the overall value of investment promotion requests in 2019, released by the Board of Investment (BOI) today, which exceed a 750 billion baht goal.

An impressive 59% was in the Eastern Economic Corridor, with China outreaching Japan to become the biggest international investor in Thailand.

Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak, today assigned the Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI) to introduce measures to oversee companies receiving investment promotion packages last year to proceed with their investment plans.

1,624 projects worth 756.1 billion baht

The BOI last year received investment promotion requests for 1,624 projects worth 756.1 billion baht, of which 506 projects worth 444.88 billion baht are located in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), accounting for 59 percent of total investment promotion re…

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Bank of Thailand (BOT) orders banks to revise interest rates and fees

Good news for the general public and SMEs as the Bank of Thailand (BOT) has ordered commercial banks to revise their interest rates, and the fees they charge for their financial products and services, including ATM and debit card fees, to help reduce the burden borne by customers.

The BOT now recommends commercial banks impose advance refinance fees on personal loans, with SME loans to be based on the remaining loan balance, as opposed to the entire loan amount, as well as offering a period of grace where fees are not imposed.

As for housing loans, SME loans, and personal loans, the interest rates for default cases will now be calculated on the amount due, as opposed to the remaining loan balance.

A period of grace will be offered to customers facing extraordinary circumstances. These new interest rate guidelines are effective from now until 31st December 2021.

Banks are now required to return customers annual ATM and debit …

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What you will do…

Join a project team of high performing people, who will catalyze each other to develop, grow and achieve great things together Understand client context and problems through secondary research (e.g. searching and analysing data) and primary research (e.g. conducting interviews and focus groups with stakeholders such as clients and subject matter experts) Propose solutions, formulate strategies and develop road maps through synthesis and assessment – using both quantitative and qualitative methods Propose technology solutions, translate business requirement into functional design – focusing on mobile and cloud-based solutions in 2 possible focus areas: Productivity: Digital Workplace & Process Digitization Data Analytics: Business Intelligence, Data Visualization, Predictive Modelling Develop high quality work outputs including presentation slides, quantitative models, analytical and descriptive reports, system designs & specificatio…
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Trade in Asia-Pacific declines for the first time since 2009

Bangkok (ESCAP news) – Asia-Pacific economies may see positive trade growth in 2020 but are still facing downside risks from the adverse impacts of the United States – China trade tensions, two new trade briefs by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) released today have revealed.

Trade in the Asia-Pacific region contracted during 2019

For the first time since the 2009 global economic crisis, the value and volume of trade in the region is declining. Total export volume fell by 2.5 per cent, while import volume decreased by 3.5 per cent.

Oil exporting economies such as Islamic Republic of Iran and Indonesia, as well as Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong, China registered some of the largest declines in export volume.

Merchandise trade in the region also faced strong headwinds in 2018-2019 caused by the worldwide economic growth slowdown and heightened trade tensions.

These have had an advers…

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System Analyst/Programmer Analyst/Business Analyst (Retail industry l Permanent l Good Benefit)-KG – Kelly Services

Client:                Retail Business

Location:           Prachachuen, Muang Nonthaburi

Position:            System Analyst or Programmer Analyst or Business Analyst (*either one)

Hiring Type:      Permanent

Salary:               Up to 40K


Report directly to Division Manager (TH) – to be assigned after interview Working with a team of 5-6 Gathering user requirement with developer and managing software development team. (for C#, JAVA Programming) Monitor and enhance database (SQL) performance and resource (Disk / CPU / Memory) planning. Develop flow (Business Flow, System Flow, Integration Flow) Assists in the design, coding and testing system of technical solutions. Applies methodology effectively on client engagements Applies knowledge of recent industry trends to improve service to our clients. Development plan to complete the project within expected period of time Perform and deliver …
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Asia Pacific to outperform other regions in 2020 for real estate investment

According to the real estate consultancy, foreign investments into Asia Pacific are at a decade-high, making up 35 per cent of total volumes, mostly driven by private equity funds and large-scale transactions.

“Real estate in Asia Pacific has gained favour in the last year as investors continue to seek high yields and stability amid a climate of geopolitical uncertainty and slowing economic growth. As an increasing amount of capital is being allocated to real estate, we’re seeing more clients making larger-scale investments to expand their portfolios.”

Stuart Crow, CEO, Capital Markets Asia Pacific, JLL.

“Over the next two years, we expect global real estate transaction volumes to stay elevated and Asia Pacific to outperform Europe and the Americas with an outsized portion of global investor interest.”

JLL reveals five key trends that investors should look out for in 2020.

1. Logistics assets are a hot ticket

Investor appetite …

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