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Fiscal Policy Office: Thai economy not affected by Greek crisis

BANGKOK, 29 June 2015 (NNT) - The Fiscal Policy Office has assured the public that the Greek debt crisis won't have a major impact...

Finance Ministry: State-initiated debt moratorium to be reviewed

BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  – The Finance Ministry revealed that the state-initiated debt moratorium project is being reviewed to offer both lenders and...

Finance Ministry confident Thai economy will grow despite risks

BANGKOK, 30 July 2012 -Ms. Kulaya Tantitemit, Senior Expert on Macroeconomic Policy, Bureau of Macroeconomic Policy, Fiscal Policy Office, the Ministry of Finance...

Finance Minister presides over Asian Development Forum

BANGKOK, 6 July 2012 -Kittirat Na Ranong, Minister of Finance delivered his speech in the 3rd Asian Development Forum “ODA & Green Growth in...

State budget reports more than THB525bil in cash deficit since October...

BANGKOK, 25 May 2012 – The Finance Ministry has reported that the state financial position remains strong even though its current fiscal budget...

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