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Novotel Rim Pae Rayong Hotel Thailand

Novotel Rim Pae Rayong

The Novotel Rim Pae Rayong Hotel is a 4 star beachfront resort hotel in beautiful Thailand. Set amongst exotic gardens complete with private beach, the hotel is the perfect holiday destination, a place to relax and unwind.

Enjoy music and drinks at our beachfront bar or a delicious meal in one of the two restaurants. Whether relaxing by the pool, at Novotel Rim Pae Rayong AQUAS health spa, or making the most of our extensive range of leisure facilities, guests are spoilt for choice in the friendly atmosphere of this hotel.




Archive for January, 2010

GM Thailand signs B13.5bn loan deal – Bangkok Post


The Nation
GM Thailand signs B13.5bn loan deal
Bangkok Post
Thailand signed agreements on Friday for 13.5 billion baht worth of seven-year loans with three local banks to help finance three new plants in Rayong.
GM to spend $455 million on Thai expansionReuters
GM to Expand Facilities in Thailand; Will Spend $455 MillionFOXBusiness
GM Thailand accelerates expansion plansThe Nation
The Canadian Press -Business Times – Malaysia -just-auto.com (subscription)
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GM Thailand signs B13.5bn loan deal (Bangkok Post – Thailand’s English news)

General Motors Thailand signed agreements on Friday for 13.5 billion baht worth of seven-year loans with three local banks to help finance three new plants in Rayong.

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General Motors Gets $409M of Loans in Thailand (ABC News)

General Motors gets $409 million of loans in Thailand, allowing expansion to go ahead General Motors – Autos – Recreation – Makes and Models – Toyota

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GM to spend 15b baht on expansion in Thailand (Business Times (Malaysia))

BANGKOK: General Motors Corp (GM) announced plans yesterday to spend 15 billion baht (100 baht = RM10.30) in Thailand over the next two years, reviving plans for a new diesel-engine plant and retooling existing production lines. The expansion at its existing plant in Rayong will be financed by 13.5 billion baht local syndicated loan, GM executives said. The rest will be provided through …

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GM to spend $455 million on Thai expansion – Reuters

GM to spend $455 million on Thai expansion
Reuters
The expansion at its existing plant in Thailand's Rayong Province, a region dubbed "the Detroit of Asia" for its large concentration of global carmakers,
General Motors gets $409 million of loans in Thailand, allowing expansion to The Canadian Press
GM to spend 15b baht on expansion in ThailandBusiness Times – Malaysia
THAILAND: GM secures credit to revive expansion planjust-auto.com (subscription)

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General Motors gets $409M of loans in Thailand (San Francisco Chronicle)

The Thai unit of General Motors Co. has secured $409 million of loans from local banks and a cash infusion from GM, allowing it to restart expansion plans. The funds, which include $118 million from GM, will finance construction of a diesel engine plant in… General Motors – Diesel engine – Thailand – Finance – Autos

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PM to champion Thailand at forum (Bangkok Post – Thailand’s English news)

The prime minister has left for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, hoping to convince delegates to join a regional economic forum in Thailand next year.

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Traditional therapeutic elements (Bangkok Post – Thailand’s English news)

Coming home to Thailand every year for the festive season gives me an opportunity to check out promising resort destinations, and this year, I followed the advice of an old school friend to visit Koh Samed, an island off the east coast of Rayong province.

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Japanese Companies May Leave Thailand If Court Case Drags On – NASDAQ


Thai News Agency MCOT
Japanese Companies May Leave Thailand If Court Case Drags On
NASDAQ
The Administrative Court in late September issued an injunction to suspend 76 projects–worth THB400 billion ($12.1 billion)–in Rayong province after
Map Ta Phut may drive away Japanese companies in ThailandThe Nation
IEAT land sales surge 75%Bangkok Post
Indorama confident of solving chemical leak problems in Map Ta Phut by give plastemart.com
Thai News Agency MCOT
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Thailand’s PTT Chemical and GE sign gas turbine service agreement (MENAFN)

Thailand’s PTT Chemical and GE sign gas turbine service agreement

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