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There’s no study of economics in which infrastructure is not mentioned. In fact, the very concept of infrastructure is, you could say, at the center of economic development. If you look closely, countries who have developed and have the most stable economies have invested heavily in infrastructuremore

Thailand has and will always be friendly to its foreign visitors. Its commitment to the free trade drive initiated by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ensure that there will always be an influx of foreign nationals into the nation, whether they are expats looking to retire or businessmen on official travel. more

Thailand has always been known around the world, not only in the West, for being friendly to tourists. In fact, there are a lot of foreign expats who have fallen in love with the country and are now living out their retirement in the Kingdom. more

It’s only a few days before Songkran, one of Thailand’s most popular festivals, and tourists are expected to come in droves, ready to join the friendly locals in celebrating one of the most festive gatherings in this beautiful Southeast Asian nation. more

Investing is, in fact, a fun endeavor to get into. As long as you are investing money that you can afford to lose, being an investor is a very exciting experience. more

International trade is a very complex topic, but one every entrepreneur should have a basic understanding of. Of course, there’s no better place to start with learning about international trade than the subject of trade tariffs. more

Most investors know that there are many ways that they can use their money to earn more money. For some, day trading is the way to go. more

Every investor knows that a roof over their head is one of the best investments that they can make with their hard-earned cash. more

Retirement opens up a whole new world for you. It practically ends years of service to a single company, or to the corporate world in general. more

Last week, we talked about debts and how it is not a hindrance to investing and earning a little bit of money on the side. This week, we’ll talk about what gets people into debt in the first place: loans. more