CBG CBG targets 2018 revenue to grow by at least 20% from both domestic and overseas markets. It plans to focus on the UK and China and penetrate into Europe this year, as it aims to become a global brand. It is going to negotiate with entities in France, Germany and Switzerland and expects finalization […]

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AP AP is changing its strategy to focus on developing middle and high-end condominiums via a joint venture. It plans to launch 30-35 projects within this year and reports backlog of Bt52bn, which will be steadily booked as revenue. (Thun Hoon, 12/1/18) BCP BCP has budgeted Bt10bn to improve refinery production efficiency to provide higher […]

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CPT CPT plans to budget Bt270mn to build A new factory and offices overseas. It targets 2018 revenue growth of 10% from this year as it has a lot of new projects in the pipeline and plans to get new projects worth Bt2.5bn, to raise backlog from the current Bt500mn. It is going to request […]

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ETE ETE received a new project worth Bt131mn and reports 3Q17 earnings of Bt17.57mn, growing 184% with revenue of Bt404.67mn, growing 19.06%, from an increase in revenue from engineering services and energy businesses. (Khao Hoon, 20/11/17) Comment: And its already pricing this in plus far more… ICN ICN says it received a new project worth […]

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BEAUTY BEAUTY targets 2018 revenue growth of 20% from 2017 to Bt3.1bn. It also plans to further expand its business overseas, with plans finalized by the beginning of 2018. It reports 3Q17 earnings of Bt348.20mn, growing by 65.61%, on higher sales and margin. (Thun Hoon, 14/11/17) Comment: Just astounding #’s FSMART FSMART reports 9M17 earnings […]

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BANPU BANPU has budgeted Bt7bn for additional investment in shale gas in the U.S. This investment will provide production capacity of around 100 cubic feet per day and make BANPU an important investor in the Marcellus area. (Thun Hoon, 10/10/17) BGRIM BGRIM is negotiating with Energy China, a big player in electricity production in China, […]

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AOT AOT reported 2QFY17 earnings of Bt6.47bn, up 17%. This brought 1HFY17 earnings to Bt11.49bn with 65.59mn passenger pass-through. (Kao Hoon, 16/05/17) Comment: What tourism slowdown? Only 5% of the Chinese have passports, just imagine if 10% have passports (note for US citizens its about ~35%-40% depending upon which stat you look at) ARROW ARROW […]

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AJD AJD’s shareholders approved to change the company name to AJA. Shareholders also approved a Bt1bn debenture. It expects solid performance this year thanks to digital TV coupons. It also plans to expand its line of business to water dispenser service and E-money. (Kao Hoon, 02/05/17) Comment: A name change? For what? I don’t think […]

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ANAN ANAN plans to launch 17 projects, valued at Bt41.8bn. This will lift its backlog from Bt41.2bn – enough to cover revenue through next year. (Thun Hoon, 29/03/17) Comment: And the story continues the same as it has been for the past few years for ANAN, whilst the smart city story is a nice just […]

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AOT AOT reports 54mn passengers in the past five months, up 6.8%. It reported flights of 344,000, up 6.4%. (Kao Hoon, 28/03/17) Comment: What tourism slowdown?   CHEWA CHEWA targets 2017 revenue of Bt2bn aided by Bt2.34bn backlog, of which 50% is expected to be booked this year. It expects 2017 net margin to hit […]

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