28.1 C
Pattaya
Sunday, September 20, 2020
Home Tags Eurozone debt crisis

Tag: eurozone debt crisis

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...

Latest Stories

Songkhla border closed, Thais in Malaysia urged to cross border in other provinces

The Malaysian authorities have recently closed Bukit Kayu Hitam border crossing temporarily, making it impossible for Thais in Malaysia to return through Sadao border...

Anti-government demonstrators gather at Thammasat University, Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators showed up in front of the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University facing Sanam Luang ground while local police were present to ensure...

Heavy rain hits eastern and northeastern Thailand as storm Noul moves in

Tropical Storm Noul has caused heavy rainfalls in Thailand’s northeast as the Category 3 tropical storm made landfall in Vietnam’s Hue city early on...

Storm Noul causes flash floods and strong winds across Thailand

Storm Noul brought persistent rain to the heart of Nakhon Ratchasima province where flooding and felled trees which damaged houses were reported in many...

Anti-government protesters break into campus in Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators forced their way into the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University, set up their stage in its football field and planned to move...