Bangkok Stock Exchange

Bangkok Stock Exchange

The first stock exchange in Thailand. Established in 1963 as part of a program to improve Thai living standards, it lacked official government support. Moreover, potential investors did not have a great deal of education on the nature of stock markets. It was plagued by low trading volume throughout its history and closed in the early 1970s.
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Among the buildings set on fire as the red shirts retreated from their protest camp was the Bangkok stock exchange building and the Central World mall, the second largest shopping centre in Southeast Asia.
Integrated Research also has long-standing relationships with the region's financial, banking, retail and telecommunications leaders such as the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Bangkok Stock Exchange, Emirates Bank (UAE), First National Bank (South Africa), ANZ Bank (Australia), St George Bank (Australia), Lawson (Japan's largest retailer), Optus Communications and Vodacom (South Africa).
Among the buildings set on fire as the red shirts retreated from their protest camp were the Bangkok stock exchange building and the Central World mall, the second-largest shopping centre in Southeast Asia.
Global Depository Receipt (GDR) for the Bangkok telephone company, Telecom Asia, now one of the largest companies listed on the Bangkok Stock Exchange.
The retreating red shirts set several buildings on fire, notably the Bangkok stock exchange.

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