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Terrorist activities in Europe have little to no effect to Thai...

BANGKOK - According to the Director of the Center for Economic and Business Forecasting of the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, the...

Asian rubber cartel cuts production to boost prices

BANGKOK, Aug 17 - Thai Deputy Agriculture Minister Natthawut Saikua said Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia agreed to slash their rubber export volume and...

Tourism industry continues to expand despite Eurozone debt crisis

BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  – The central bank has assured that the tourism industry has continued to expand despite the financial crisis in...

Manufacturing Production Index contracts 9.6% in June

BANGKOK, July 27 – Thailand’s  Manufacturing Production Index (MPI) in June stood at 182.39, recording a contraction of 9.6 per cent year-on-year after...

Thai shrimp exports drop 2.2%, impacted by eurozone debt crisis

BANGKOK, July 6 – Thai frozen shrimp exports in the first five months shrank 2.23% year-on-year, affected by the eurozone debt crisis, according to...

Economic Cabinet busy with finding ways to help exporters battle crisis...

BANGKOK, 5 July 2012 – The economic Cabinet has been discussing approaches to help exporters handle the fallout of the Eurozone debt crisis...

BoT: Thai economy still expanded in May despite threats from Euro-zone...

BANGKOK, 30 June 2012  – The Thai central bank’s report shows the economy has been doing satisfactorily despite the crisis in Europe.  ...

BOT: No need to lower key interest rate; contingency plans ready...

BANGKOK, 20 June 2012  – The Governor of the Bank of Thailand has stated that it is not yet necessary to lower key interest...

UTCC predicts 4 sectors to be hit hard by Euro-zone debt...

BANGKOK, 19 June 2012  - Academics have warned Thai exporters to beware of a serious fallout from the crisis in Europe, which may cost...

Thai PM calls for close watch on impact of Eurozone crisis

BANGKOK, 16 June 2012 – The Prime Minister has urged all related agencies to keep a close eye on the economic crisis in...

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