Consolidados Grande SP 07/05/2018

Resultado de imagem para TV aberta

O Outro Lado do Paraíso iniciou sua última semana com recorde em São Paulo. Impulsionada pela novela das nove, Onde Nascem os Fortes também obteve sua maior plateia.

Carinha de Anjo e Programa do Ratinho asseguram a vice-liderança isolada para o SBT.

Entre os talk-shows, em terceiro, Programa do Porchat tem metade do público do Conversa com Bial.

Confira, abaixo, as audiências de segunda-feira, 7 de maio:

Hora Um – 5,9
Bom Dia São Paulo – 9,8
Bom Dia Brasil – 10,3
Mais Você – 8,5
Bem Estar – 7,7
Encontro – 7,6
SP1 – 13,3
Globo Esporte – 12,9
Jornal Hoje – 12,3
Vídeo Show – 10,0
Sessão da Tarde: Dança Comigo – 10,9
Vale a Pena Ver de Novo: Celebridade – 12,8
Malhação: Vidas Brasileiras – 16,4
Orgulho e Paixão – 22,0
SP2 – 27,1
Deus Salve o Rei – 27,0
Jornal Nacional – 34,8
O Outro Lado do Paraíso – 47,6
Onde Nascem os Fortes – 28,7
Tela Quente: Herança de Sangue – 19,3
Jornal da Globo – 9,9
Conversa com Bial – 6,0
Corujão: Os Bad Boys 2 – 5,2

Primeiro Impacto – 3,8
Mundo Disney – 4,1
Bom Dia & Cia – 6,9
Fofocalizando – 6,4
Casos de Família – 7,0
Coração Indomável – 7,7
Amanhã é Para Sempre – 7,0
SBT Brasil – 7,4
Carinha de Anjo – 9,6
Chiquititas – 7,1
Programa do Ratinho – 9,7
Conexão Repórter – 6,7
The Noite – 5,1
SBT Notícias – 3,6

Balanço Geral Manhã – 2,1
São Paulo no Ar – 4,2
Fala Brasil – 6,5
Hoje em Dia – 5,5
Balanço Geral SP – 8,3
Luz do Sol – 6,3
Bicho do Mato – 6,0
Cidade Alerta – 10,0
Os Dez Mandamentos – 10,8
Apocalipse – 9,5
Jornal da Record – 6,1
Power Couple Brasil – 6,7
Programa do Porchat – 3,0

Um ponto no Ibope equivale a 71,9 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.

Fonte: IBOPE / MW – Praça São Paulo


Export surge prompts revision to 8% growth for year

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Economy May 09, 2018 01:00


THE Thai National Shippers’ Council (TNSC) has raised its forecast for export growth to 8 per cent for this year, scrubbing out an earlier estimate for 6 per cent expansion after the value of shipments hit a record high in March.

 For the final month of the third quarter, exports jumped 7.1 per cent year-on-year to Bt22.36 billion.

Ghanyapad Tantipipatpong, chairman of the Thai National Shippers’ Council (TNSC), cited the improving economies of Thailand’s major trading partners and the higher prices of oil-related and agricultural products on the back of higher crude prices.

Additionally, Thailand has gained from more market diversification for exports, Ghanyapad said. Some 30.4 per cent of exports were destined for Thailand’s main markets, with a range of markets making up the rest.

The government has also pushed the development of e-commerce, which is seen as providing more opportunities and channels for product distribution, Ghanyapad said. Recently, the government joined with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group to open wider the Chinese market, focusing on agricultural products. Durians and rice are the main thrust of the initial phase.

However, risks growth remain, extending from the slight US dollar appreciation against the baht after investors’ easing concerns over trade wars and higher bond yields to congestion at the Laem Chabang port, which could lead to higher logistics costs.

Visit Limlurcha, TNSC vice president, said further potential obstacles to export growth included an escalation in the Syrian war, capital markets volatility, and issues to relating to agricultural products such as rubber, pineapple, tapioca and sugar.

Ghanyapad said the TNSC has proposed that the government prepare for any fallout from a US-China trade war and seize an opportunities to promote Thai exports as a result of the stand-off.

The council has urged the state sector to follow up on non-tariff barriers (NTBs) and discuss the possibility of relief measures with business operators over the short and long term. The government should also help companies to better understand the role of foreign exchange hedging to increase their long-term bargaining power and alleviate the impact of NTBs.

Further, Ghanyapad said the public sector should monitor product standards and mechanisms to determine the prices of export products and how this could affect products sold locally by multinationals. Also, the authorities should develop business to business (B2B) channels as well as cross-border trade flows amid a greater focus on e-commerce traders, Ghanyapad said.

Kongrit Chantrik, executive director of TNSC, said that exporters are still concerned over the baht appreciation and advises that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should hedge against foreign exchange risks.

The baht has moved in a range of 31 to 32 to the US dollar, as the TNSC expects.

Freight prices have tended to increase on almost all routes, said Kongrit, and are forecast to keep rising in the second quarter of this year. Sea shipments of Chinese products would rise after slowdowns over the period of Chinese New Year, Kongrit said.


Source :  The Nation Multimedia

Jarungwit voted in as new EC secretary-general

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politics May 09, 2018 01:00


THE ELECTION Commission (EC) yesterday unanimously voted to choose its deputy secretary-general Jarungwit Phumma as the new secretary general, a post that had been vacant for more than two years.

Its previous occupant, Phuchong Nutrawong, lost the job in December 2015 after failing an annual performance review. Jarungwit had served as caretaker since then.

The process to select a new head for the EC began in early 2016 but had suffered several hiccups.

It was initially delayed when candidates disqualified by the selection committee appealed the decision at the Administrative Court.

When the process resumed, the EC voted to select Aumpol Wongsiri, formerly secretary-general of the Office of Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission. But that appointment was scrapped when Aumpol was found guilty of malfeasance by the National Anti-Corruption Commission.

The new round of selection began earlier this year with six applicants. Among them were the EC’s deputy secretary-general Sawang Boonmee and former EC member Somchai Srisuthiyakorn.

Krit Auawong, an EC deputy secretary-general, said yesterday that the Election Commission, down to four members after Somchai’s sacking, voted to select Jarungwit on the basis of his vision, performance and interview.

Jarungwit must resign from his current position within 15 days before taking up his five-year tenure as secretary-general, according to the Constitution.

Jarungwit has served the EC since 2007 as deputy secretary-general overseeing the investigation department.

After the coup, he was appointed as a member of the now defunct National Reform Steering Assembly.

A graduate of the Royal Police Cadet Academy, the new EC head holds the rank of Police Lieutenant Colonel. He also has a law degree from Ramkhamhaeng University and a master’s degree in political science from Thammasat University.


Source :  The Nation Multimedia