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17 May 2013 : Happyland Group, the 40-year-old property developer, plans to launch two housing projects in Bangkok under the H-Cape brand this year with a combined value of 1.27 billion baht.
15 May 2013 : Though the property market is heating up, worrying the Bank of Thailand, housing demand still belongs to real buyers and first-time home purchasers, insists Prasert Taedullayasatit, chief business officer at the SET-listed Pruksa Real Estate Plc (PS).
14 May 2013 : The Suralertrungsri family, a major shareholder of Park Chong Jute Mill Co, one of the only two jute sack manufacturers in the country, has jumped on the property development bandwagon.
14 May 2013 : SAMUT SAKHON : Property developer D-Land Group will double production capacity of its prefabrication construction to offset a labour shortage in Samut Sakhon, its flagship location.
14 May 2013 : Central Pattana Plc, Thailand's leading retail property developer, has entered into a joint-venture agreement with a Malaysian developer to build a 580-million-ringgit (5.73-billion-baht) shopping mall in Selangor, Malaysia.
10 May 2013 : Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong insists that he has yet to see signs of a housing bubble, while acknowledging that the state's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure spending plan will drive a property boom.
10 May 2013 : Siam Global House Plc, the SET-listed retailer of building materials and home improvement products, is spending 2.6 billion baht to open 12 new stores this year.
08 May 2013 : Major shareholders of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc (KSL Group) plan to develop a condo and hotel in Khao Yai, a villa project in Chiang Rai and an office building on Asok Road.
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29 Apr 2013 : The Finance Ministry plans to ask for a budget from fiscal 2014 to set up a 5-billion-baht fund to develop government land, says deputy permanent secretary Chakkrit Parapuntakul.
28 Apr 2013 : The cool, green hills of Khao Yai hold great appeal for Bangkok residents seeking an escape from the city. In recent years more people have been looking for residences in Khao Yai for weekend breaks or extended stays. Detached houses and villas aimed at affluent buyers have been fixtures in the area for some time, and now condominiums are beginning to emerge.
25 Apr 2013 : In its best bid to avoid a construction delay amid a contractor shortage, the SET-listed developer Asian Property Development Plc (AP) has assembled a contractor management team to attract contractors and persuade them to finish their jobs.