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Foreign Trade Dept to speed up rice distribution

BANGKOK, 9 May 2013 The Commerce Minister has ordered the Department of Foreign Trade (DFT) to speedily release rice in stock both into...

Shrimp farming industry cries for help

Thai shrimp farmers last week sought the Commerce Ministry’s assistance to respond to their declining production due to the spread of an infectious...

Cabinet hears central bank’s four measures to curb baht strength

BANGKOK, May 8 – The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has proposed four measures to deal with the rising baht which were disclosed to...

Commerce Ministry proposes setting up of JTC to promote Thai-Mongolian trade

BANGKOK, 3 May 2013  The Commerce Ministry is proposing the establishment of a joint trade committee to promote economic ties between Thailand and...

Surging baht wreaks havoc on Thai rice exports

BANGKOK, May 1 – Thailand’s export target growth of 8-9 per cent may be reduced due to the volatile Thai currency, according to...

Strong Thai baht may affect stockpile of government pledged rice.

Bangkok, 29 April 2013, Sources from the Commerce Ministry say the nation's baht appreciation may cause difficulties for the government in selling the...

Thai-Cambodian trade increases 40.5% year-on-year in 2012

BANGKOK, April 28 - Thai-Cambodian trade in 2012 increased 40.5 per cent to US$4.03 billion from US$2.8 billion in the previous year. ...

Commerce Ministry admits baht’s appreciation causing decline in goods orders

BANGKOK, 26 April 2013  Minister of Commerce Boonsong Teriyapirom has admitted that the Thai currency’s appreciating more than neighboring countries’ currencies has started to...

Thai export growth likely lower than 5% next month

ANGKOK, April 26 – The surging Thai baht may force the Commerce Ministry to revise next month’s export target, according to Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom....

FTI to discuss strong baht with exporters

BANGKOK, 17 April 2013  – The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) will call a meeting with exporters on April 24th, to discuss the situation...

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