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BANGKOK, 20 April 2014  The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has announced to revise the country’s economic growth forecast again in June following a continuous slowdown and budget disbursement delay. BoT…
BANGKOK, April 18 – European rejection of palm oil from Malaysia and Indonesia due to environmental reasons has boosted Thailand’s potential to export the agricultural commodity, according to the Commerce…
BANGKOK, April 18 – Thai transport operators should urgently improve their efficiency for inter-country transport service with neighbouring countries under the framework of the ASEAN Economic Community, set to launch…
BANGKOK, April 19 – The Commerce Ministry has announced a new classification of Thai fragrant rice to tap high-end market abroad.
BANGKOK, 18 April 2014  – The Fisheries Department is urging fishing boat operators to register their foreign workers by the end of May. Niwat Suthimichaikun, director-general of the Department of…
BANGKOK, April 17 – Thailand’s solid fundamentals will contribute to economic growth at 2-3 per cent and export expansion at 5-7 per cent this year, according to a leading Thai…
BANGKOK, April 17 – Auto parts manufacturing, declining 20-30 per cent since mid-last year, is possibly on the downward trend this year, according to the Thai Subcontracting Promotion Association (Thai…
BANGKOK, 16 April 2014 —The Department of Land Transport has warned bus operators against selling tickets at inflated prices. Asdsathai Rattanadilok Na Phuket, Director-General of the DLT, revealed that there…
BANGKOK, 16 April 2014 - The Kasikorn Research Center has predicted that this week’s baht would trade in the range of 32.15 - 32.45 baht per dollar. The center said…
PHUKET, April 16 – Tourism in Thailand’s southern region, particularly in the resort town of Phuket, widely known as the Pearl of the Andaman Sea, remains bright and positive, according…
BANGKOK, April 16 – Japan is courting the private sector in Thailand to invest in the island country, according to the Thai Board of Investment (BoI).

Pattaya blue-collar workers rue low Songkran season

Friday, 18 April 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 16 By Nutsara Duangsri
Long-running political turmoil in Bangkok dampened prospects for big business during Songkran this year. While the final tab has yet to be tallied, street vendors and taxi drivers were preparing…

Investment privileges projected to reach Bt900 billion this year

Friday, 18 April 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 16 By MCOT
Foreign applications for investment privileges in Thailand reached Bt234 billion in the first quarter of the year, according to the Board of Investment (BoI).

Finance Ministry plans measures to stimulate economy

Friday, 18 April 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 16 By MCOT
The Finance Ministry is issuing measures to stimulate Thailand’s economy, focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), according to the permanent secretary for finance.
BANGKOK, April 15 – Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister Kittirat Na-Ranong has given assurances to the world community that Thailand’s economic fundamentals remain strong despite the current political turmoil.
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