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Thai GDP forecast to grow more than 4% next year

BANGKOK, Nov 26 --   The Finance Ministry is confident that the Thai economy will grow by more than 4 per cent due mainly...

Prolonged protest could affect budget disbursements

BANGKOK, Nov 26 - A senior finance ministry official and a banker expressed concern that Thailand's ongoing political demonstrations could affect the country's budget...

Partial US gov’t shutdown to impact Thailand only slightly

The partial US government shutdown will have only a slight impact on the Thai economy while the US decision on its debt ceiling, scheduled...

Partial US govt shutdown to impact Thailand only slightly

BANGKOK, OCT 3 - The partial US government shutdown will have only a slight impact on the Thai economy while the US decision on...

Fiscal Policy Office says Thai economy will grow only 3.8-4.3%

BANGKOK, 11 September 2013 The Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) expects the Thai economy to grow only at the range of 3.8-4.3 percent this year,...

State’s mammoth investments vital to Thailand’s economic growth

BANGKOK, Sept 10 – The government’s Bt2 trillion investment in mega projects will be the potion to stimulate growth, both Thailand’s and in the...

Finance Ministry forecasts higher economic growth in Q3

The Thai economy in July showed signs of slight improvement compared to the previous month, despite an overall slowdown and falling exports, according to...

Promising signs from July economic indicators

BANGKOK, 29 August 2013 Economic indicators in July 2013 have signaled improvements in the Thai economy despite an overall slowdown.  ...

Govt urged to urgently spend to stimulate economy

BANGKOK, Aug 20 – The government must speed up spending of Bt170 billion accrued funds remaining from the 2013 budget to stimulate Thailand’s sagging...

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EEC establishes committee to improve quality of news reporting

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Thai government lifts politics bans ahead of polls

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DEPA offers tax deduction up to 200% for software purchases by SMEs

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UK’s May wins no-confidence vote by MPs unhappy over Brexit

London (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a political crisis over her Brexit deal Wednesday, winning a no-confidence vote by Conservative lawmakers...

Sri Lanka’s sacked prime minister wins confidence vote

Colombo, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka's former prime minister whose October sacking by the president precipitated a political crisis won a confidence vote...

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