Thailand to sell $1.6 billion govt savings bonds in June
BANGKOK : Thailand will sell 55 billion baht ($1.61 billion) of government savings bonds next month to help finance a budget deficit, a finance ministry official said on Monday.The five and 10-year bonds will be offered to the public from June 13, Patricia Mongkhonvanit, head of the ministry's public debt
LinkedIn BANGKOK : Thailand will sell 55 billion baht ($1.However, that has changed today as co-working spaces see more multi-national corporations (MNCs) downsizing their main office, opting to put some, or all, of their employees in co-working spaces across Singapore.Copy to clipboard https://str.Before entering the parks, they read the information boards put up by the National Parks Board, which highlight the flora and fauna they can look out for.
61 billion) of government savings bonds next month to help finance a budget deficit, a finance ministry official said on Monday.The five and 10-year bonds will be offered to the public from June 13, Patricia Mongkhonvanit, head of the ministry's public debt management office, told a news conference.This is in part due to larger companies adopting hybrid work arrangements, allowing employees to work from both the office and home.($1=34.The Straits Times speaks to parents to suss out ideas on where to go.06 baht).This was because 97 per cent of WTW’s 265 employees indicated they were going to adopt hybrid work arrangements, said Mr Choo Oi San, Singapore country leader of WTW.
Co-working spaces here to stay despite mass return to office, as more MNCs adopt 'hub and spoke' model post-pandemicSINGAPORE — When co-working spaces first entered Singapore's office space scene, they were seen as temporary office spaces for individuals and startups to bootstrap and get their businesses rolling without the commitment of a fixed lease office space.
Free kids' activities in Singapore for June school holidays
Free kids' activities in Singapore for June school holidaysGoing out and about with the kids during the June school holidays does not mean you have to burn a hole in your pocket. Singapore has plenty of free attractions and activities which allow you to engage your children and bond as a family too. The Straits Times...
Hwang to miss two June friendlies due to military trainingWolverhampton Wanderers' Hwang Hee-chan will miss two of South Korea's four pre-World Cup friendly matches in June to allow the winger to complete his basic military training.Hwang is exempt from having to complete the country's compulsory military service after winning the gold medal with South Korea's u
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