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Thailand’s July exports continue to drop

BANGKOK, Aug 29 – Thailand's deputy commerce minister said the country's exports in July continued dropping by 4.46  per cent year-on-year, about US$19.5...

FPO: Extended 7% VAT will help boost consumption & investment

BANGKOK, 8 August 2012  – The Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) is confident that the Cabinet’s decision to maintain the current VAT rate for...

Thai jewelry industry hurt considerably by Eurozone debt and US crises

BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  – The Eurozone debt crisis and the problems in the US economy have hurt Thailand’s jewelry export sector considerably. ...

BoT keeps close watch on Euro-zone crisis

BANGKOK, July 25, 2012  – The Bank of Thailand or BoT is keeping a close watch on the Euro-zone debt crisis, while Thailand’s...

DPM Kittiratt: Eurozone crisis fallout poses no significant impact on Thailand

BANGKOK, 14 July 2012  – The deputy prime minister in charge of economic affairs has reassured the public that the Eurozone debt crisis has...

FTI: Thai textile-garment exports to register -15% growth

BANGKOK, 12 July 2012  – The Thai Industries Federation is predicting that the country’s textile and garment exports will shrink considerably this year, due...

Thai stock trading ranked 3rd in ASEAN

BANGKOK, 12 July 2012  – Thai stock index in the first half of this year came in number 3 in Southeast Asia, with an...

Foreign Minister attends ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in Cambodia

BANGKOK, 10 July 2012  – Thai Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Surapong Tovichakchaikul, is attending the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. ...

Labor Ministry to help match unemployed to jobs available

BANGKOK, 8 July 2012  – The Labor Minister has made known that the prime minister has urged the ministry to keep a close watch...

PM Yingluck: Eurozone debt crisis will not affect Thailand

BANGKOK, 7 July 2012  – The Prime Minister has assured the country that the Eurozone debt crisis will not have any serious impact on...

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