The Thai government will invest appx. 2.4 billion THB this year in 6 special economic zones in the hope it will boost cross-border trade between ASEAN member countries. In January, the government said the first zone would be in northern Tak province bordering Myanmar. The budget would be used for 35 projects in 6 zones.
Posts Tagged: ASEAN
AirAsia just launched a new all-you-can-fly pass, the so-called AirAsia ASEAN Pass. Now you can get 30 days of flying around South East Asia for under $160. You can elect to fly to airports in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Burma, Laos, and Brunei.
The Expected Impact of the Asean Economic Community on the Real Estate Market in Thailand ASEAN stands for Association of Southeast Asian Nations which is a collaboration of 10 countries in Asia. It was established in 1967 and the charter of the association was published in 2008. Since its formation the organization has always looked… Read more »
For many Asians Krabi is still a fairly unknown part of Thailand, but an experienced Singaporean property investor believes it has the potential to become the next top destination for property buyers and investors considering an investment in Thailand. Mr. Getty Goh, Director of Ascendant Assets, is already an investor in Krabi, and he is… Read more »
Thai land ownership laws will need to be liberalised. The ASEAN Community has established concrete targets to form a single market and production base by 2015 and hence it is vital to liberalize the land ownership laws in Thailand to fit with the other ASEAN member countries. If by 2015 Thailand still deny foreigners the… Read more »
The TOP 5 why investors love sin city Pattaya, Thailand There are probably as many reasons to why property investors love to invest in Pattaya as there are bars in this lively city. But one of the reasons any property investor can agree to is: You earn a nice reward! The condo industry in Pattaya… Read more »
Khanom and Sichon remain strong contenders for high potential movement in the future. Bill Barnett says: “If you ask 10 expat residents about where Khanom is, you often get 10 different answers.” In a brief the coastal area of Khanom and Sichon face the Gulf of Thailand and are south of Surat Thani. The best… Read more »
Let me seize this opportunity to congratulate Orchid Palm Homes in Hua Hin who won the Best Residential Development (Hua Hin) Award from Thailand Property Awards 2013. It is the developer Mr. Stephen Ayling to the left. Actually this is their 2nd win in a row, quite impressive! But who are they? Who is behind this… Read more »
Thailand’s property market booms again as foreign investment reaches new heights according to property investment specialist Thai Estate Network, and identifying Pattaya and Bangkok as key destinations worthy of investment. Thailand’s ambitious program to invest US$72 billion on a raft of infrastructure projects over the following four years has shown that Thailand is certainly not… Read more »
By John Le Fevre, written exclusively for TEN Thai Estate Network One of the great annoyances for foreigners who settle in Thailand are the restrictions placed on property ownership and the various hoops they need to jump through if they want to own anything more than a condominium. While similar conditions exist throughout Southeast Asia,… Read more »