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BANGKOK, March 12 - Thailand's Commerce Ministry believes the ongoing political disruption will not negatively affect the country's export target this year.
BANGKOK, March 11 - Kasikorn Research Center (KResearch) projects that Thailand's domestic tourism this year will not grow as expected due mainly to ongoing political turmoil which likely prolongs to…
BANGKOK, 12 March 2014  The Finance Minister believes the 2.2 trillion baht mega infrastructure project will trigger the country’s GDP growth. 
BANGKOK, March 10 - Thailand's leading private companies viewed that the country's corruption problems in the past two years have become more severe, while attempts to reduce the problem has…

PM holds talk with economic ministers

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 By NNT
BANGKOK, 11 March 2014 Prime Minister and Defense Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has urged all responsible agencies to speed up government spending in a bid to trigger the economy, which has…
BANGKOK, 11 March 2014  Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na Ranong posted on his Facebook page warning that Thailand’s confidence ratings might start to suffer due to the…
BANGKOK, 11 March 2014 Thai stocks are expected to rebound again this morning following an anticipation that the emergency decree would be lifted, sending the SET Composite Index to fluctuate…
BANGKOK, 11 Mar 2014 -- According to the Department of Fisheries, the prices of shrimps have plunged as a result of a drop in export orders. The Director General of…
BANGKOK 10 March 2014  Packed rice will cost consumers between 80-120 baht per a 5-kilogram bag this year, a decrease of at least 3-5 % from last year, given the…
BANGKOK, 10 March 2014 The Ministry of Commerce is set to auction over 500,000 tons of pledged rice today in a bid to secure funds to pay back farmers in…
BANGKOK, 10 March 2014 The Fiscal Policy Office has expressed fears that the government’s revenue from tax collection will fall short of its target due to the ongoing political conflict. 
BANGKOK, 10 Mar 2014 -- TMB Analytics, Thai Military Bank’s financial analysis center, has anticipated the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to maintain the interest rate at 2.25% during its meeting…

BOI says no sign of investments being withdrawn from Thailand

Monday, 10 March 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 11 By MCOT
Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) affirmed there have been no signs of foreign investors withdrawing their investments from Thailand.
LOEI, 8 March 2014 It was reported on Friday that many sectors were continuing to contribute money to the fund to assist rice growers. 
BANGKOK, 8 Mar 2014, The Thai Life Assurance Association (TLAA) has revealed that premium for life insurance policies in January was valued at 37.5 billion baht, a 13.78% growth year-on-year. 
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