TPI Polene

TPI Polene Public Company Limited is Thailand's third largest cement manufacturer.[1] It also manufactures petrochemicals, including low-density polyethylene (LDPE) and ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer (EVA).[2]

TPI Polene
IndustryConstruction material
Founded24 September 1987
FounderPrachai Leophai-ratana
Area served


  1. ^ "UPDATE 1 - Thai TPI Polene sees 2008 revenues rising". Reuters. 2008-03-28. Retrieved 5 February 2016.
  2. ^ Ekvitthayavechnukul, Chalida (2008-03-29). "TPI Polene sees end of debt restructuring". The Nation. Retrieved 5 February 2016.

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Bangkok Airways

Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited (SET: BA,Thai: บางกอกแอร์เวย์) is a regional airline based in Bangkok, Thailand. It operates scheduled services to destinations in Thailand, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Singapore, and Vietnam. Its main base is Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Index of Thailand-related articles T to Z

This is a list of articles related to Thailand, sorted by alphabetical order. It represents the majority of articles contained within the Thailand category. For a list of key articles arranged by topic, see Outline of Thailand.

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Index of Thailand-related articles K to N

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List of Teochew people

This is a list of notable Teochews.

List of companies of Thailand

Thailand is a country at the centre of the Indochinese peninsula in Southeast Asia. The Thai economy is the world's 20th largest by GDP at PPP and the 27th largest by nominal GDP. It became a newly industrialised country and a major exporter in the 1990s. Manufacturing, agriculture, and tourism are leading sectors of the economy. The economy is heavily export-dependent, with exports accounting for more than two-thirds of gross domestic product (GDP). Thailand exports over US$105 billion worth of goods and services annually.Substantial industries include electric appliances, components, computer components, and vehicles. Thailand's recovery from the 1997–1998 Asian financial crisis depended mainly on exports, among various other factors. As of 2012, the Thai automotive industry was the largest in Southeast Asia and the 9th largest in the world. The Thailand industry has an annual output of near 1.5 million vehicles, mostly commercial vehicles.For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Thailand".

Premiership of Abhisit Vejjajiva

Abhisit Vejjajiva was formally endorsed by King Bhumibol Adulyadej as Prime Minister of Thailand on 17 December 2008. Abhisit ascended to power amid a global economic crisis.

Key appointments in Abhisit's government included PAD activist Kasit Piromya as Foreign Minister, construction tycoon Chaovarat Chanweerakul as Interior Minister, and investment banker and former Abhisit classmate Korn Chatikavanij as Finance Minister. Massage parlor tycoon Pornthiva Nakasai was appointed Deputy Commerce Minister.

Abhisit's first act as prime minister was to send SMS texts to tens of millions of Thai mobile phone users. The message, signed "Your PM", asked people to help him solve the country's crisis. Interested phone users were asked to send back their postal codes, at a cost of three baht. Abhisit was criticized for violating privacy regulations in the mass SMS. The National Telecommunication Commission says that mobile phone service providers may not exploit client information, including phone numbers, without their consent. However, it did not pursue action against Abhisit.According to a survey by Assumption University's Abac Poll in May 2009, Abhisit received a 70% approval rating, the highest within the cabinet. The government's overall approval rating was 59% "rather much or much" satisfied and 9.4% "very much" satisfied. Overall the government was rated 6.5 out of 10 by a majority of respondents. In a nationwide survey conducted 24–25 December 2010, by Bangkok University, the government's two years in power were rated 4.61 out of 10, with the PM's performance at 5.17.

SET50 Index and SET100 Index

The SET50 and SET100 Indices are the primary stock indices of Thailand. The constituents of both lists are companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) in Bangkok.

SET Index

The SET Index is a Thai composite stock market index which is calculated from the prices of all common stocks (including unit trusts of property funds) on the main board of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), except for stocks that have been suspended for more than one year. It is a market capitalization-weighted price index which compares the current market value of all listed common shares with its value on the base date of April 30, 1975, which was when the Index was established and set at 100 points.

The formula of calculation is as follows:

SET Index = ( Current Market Value x 100 ) / Base Market Value

The SET Index calculation is adjusted in line with modifications in the values of stocks resulting from changes in the number of stocks due to various events, e.g., public offerings, exercised warrants, or conversions of preferred to common shares, in order to eliminate all effects other than price movements from the index.

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Market for Alternative Investment (MAI) Index

Industry Group and Sectoral Indices

SET50 Index and SET100 Index

Stock Exchange of Thailand

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET, Thai: บริษัท ตลาดหลักทรัพย์แห่งประเทศไทย จำกัด) is the national stock exchange of Thailand. At the end of 2017, the Stock Exchange of Thailand had 688 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of 17.92 trillion baht or US$560 billion.

As of 1 June 2018, SET's president is Pakorn Peetathawatchai, appointed to a four-year term.


TPI may refer to:

Technique Polytechnic Institute, a Diploma Engineering & Vocational Training College in West Bengal, India

Threads per inch, a measure used with threaded fasteners and woven fabrics

Thread count, or threads per inch, a measure of the number of threads in an inch of fabric

Twist per inch, or turns per inch, a measurement used in the yarn industry

Tracks per inch, a measure of tracks a floppy disk controller can use within a linear one-inch space

Tok Pisin (ISO 639 code), a language of Papua New Guinea

Tire Pressure Indicator, a product by NIRA Dynamics AB

Triosephosphate isomerase, an enzyme

True Performance Index, a measurement for AMD processors

Two person integrity, a security measure requiring the presence of two authorized individuals at all times

TPI test, used to detect presence of Treponema pallidum bacteria

The Town Planning Institute, later the Royal Town Planning Institute, a professional organisation in the United Kingdom

The Ted Petty Invitational, an annual wrestling tournament held by IWA:Mid-South to honor the late Ted Petty (Rocco Rock)

MNCTV, formerly TPI (Televisi Pendidikan Indonesia) until 2010, private television station in Indonesia

TPI Specialties, an auto parts manufacturer

TPI Polene, Thai cement manufacturer

Trading Places International, a California-based vacation services corporation

Tehran Psychiatric Institute

Thai AirAsia

Thai AirAsia (SET: AAV, Thai: ไทยแอร์เอเชีย) is a joint venture of Malaysian low-fare airline AirAsia (Thai: แอร์เอเชีย) and Thailand's Asia Aviation. It serves AirAsia's regularly scheduled domestic and international flights from Bangkok and other cities in Thailand.

Thai AirAsia was once the only low-cost airline operating both domestic and international flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport. However, the airline transferred all operations in Bangkok from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Don Mueang International Airport effective 1 October 2012.

Thai Airways

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited, trading as THAI (SET: THAI, Thai: บริษัท การบินไทย จำกัด (มหาชน)) is the flag carrier airline of Thailand. Formed in 1988, the airline has its corporate headquarters in Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Chatuchak District, Bangkok, and primarily operates from Suvarnabhumi Airport. THAI is a founding member of the Star Alliance. The airline is the second-largest shareholder of the low-cost carrier Nok Air with a 21.80 per cent stake, and it launched a regional carrier under the name Thai Smile in the middle of 2012 using new Airbus A320 aircraft.From its hub at Suvarnabhumi Airport and secondary hub at Phuket International Airport, Thai (including subsidiaries) flies to 84 destinations in 37 countries, using a fleet of over 90 aircraft. The airline was once the operator of two of the world's longest non-stop routes between Bangkok and Los Angeles and New York City, but due to high fuel prices, the withdrawal of aircraft, luggage weight limits and rising airfares, the airline abandoned all non-stop US services in 2012 indefinitely. As of 2013, services between Bangkok and Los Angeles were served via Incheon International Airport near Seoul, however, it ended its service to the US on 25 October 2015. Thai's route network is dominated by flights to Europe, East Asia, and South/Southwest Asia, though the airline serves five cities in Oceania. Thai was the first Asia-Pacific airline to serve London Heathrow Airport. Among Asia-Pacific carriers, the company has one of the largest passenger operations in Europe. As of the end of 2018, it employed about 1,300 pilots across all of its routes..

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