Corus plans to sell Teesside unit to Thailand's SSI for $500 million news

THAILAND – UK – STEEL Corus plans to sell Teesside unit to Thailand‘s SSI for $500 million news Corus, the European subsidiary of Tata Steel today (27.08.2010) said that it will sell its mothballed Teesside Cast Products (TCP) unit in the UK to Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI), Thailand’s largest steel producer, for about $500 million […]

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Corus plans to sell Teesside unit to Thailand’s SSI for $500 million news

THAILAND – UK – STEEL Corus plans to sell Teesside unit to Thailand‘s SSI for $500 million news Corus, the European subsidiary of Tata Steel today (27.08.2010) said that it will sell its mothballed Teesside Cast Products (TCP) unit in the UK to Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI), Thailand’s largest steel producer, for about $500 million […]

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Praxair Thailand to build new carbon dioxide facility in Map Ta Phut

Praxair Thailand to build new carbon dioxide facility in Map Ta Phut Praxair (Thailand) Co Ltd, a subsidiary of industrial gases company Praxair Inc said on Thursday (26.08.2010) that it plans to construct a new, energy-efficient carbon dioxide plant in Map Ta Phut, expanding its carbon dioxide capacity in Thailand. This new plant, with a […]

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Egco outlines investment plan of B21bn

Egco outlines investment plan of B21bn Partners sought for smaller projects Electricity Generating Plc (Egco), the country’s second-largest private power producer, is considering investments worth 21 billion baht in total to build a new 800-megawatt power unit and three new small power producer (SPP) projects. President Vinit Tangnoi said Egco was close to concluding talks […]

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Design services industry sees sluggish recovery

Design services industry sees sluggish recovery Beaumont Partners Co, a local architectural and interior design firm, expects foreign clients to remain cautious in their spending on design services for the next few months, if not years, due to an absence of confidence caused by the recent political unrest. Yupa Chongpatiyutt, a company partner, said that […]

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Laos to construct at least 20 new hydro plants by 2020

Laos to construct at least 20 new hydro plants by 2020 Electricity sector leaders in Laos have said the country will build at least two hydropower plants every year until 2020, according to wire reports from the region. To date, the country has a total of 14 hydroelectric power plants, with a combined capacity of […]

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Thai Ch Karnchang wins another rail contract

Thai Ch Karnchang wins another rail contract Ch Karnchang’s 5.03 bln baht bid lower than two rivals Thailand’s Ch Karnchang Pcl has offered the lowest bid to build a rail system, part of Bangkok’s 52 billion baht ($1.65 billion) “blue line” mass transit project, a government agency said on Tuesday (24 August 2010). Ch Karnchang’s […]

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Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport extension ratified

Bangkok‘s Suvarnabhumi Airport extension ratified B62bn to avoid overcrowding woes The cabinet yesterday approved the long-delayed expansion of Suvarnabhumi Airport, estimated to cost 62 billion baht. But the expansion, which will lift the passenger handling capacity of Bangkok‘s prime airport to 60 million a year, will not be completed until at least 2015, years after […]

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