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Flood likely to shrink Q4 exports to negative: Shippers’ Council

BANGKOK, Nov 23 - Thailand's ongoing flood crisis is forecast to slash 30 per cent of the number of export containers to be shipped...

Flood crisis likely to slash 2011 GDP to 1.5%: NESDB

BANGKOK, Nov 21 - Thailand's flood crisis is likely to slash 2011 gross domestic product (GDP) to only 1.5 per cent, even further from...

Ongoing flood has caused economic losses of over Bt400bln so far:...

BANGKOK, Oct 23 – Initial damages from the flood crisis on the Thai economy are likely to exceed 400 billion baht, excluding successive impacts...

PM pleads for cooperation in flood crisis

BANGKOK, Oct 19 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Wednesday urged all parties to unite to fight flood crisis and pledged to improve...

Flood damage higher than 0.6-0.9% of GDP: Commerce Minister

Deputy Prime Minister/Commerce Minister Kittirat Na Ranong on Thursday conceded that the damage caused by the current disastrous flooding could rise higher than...

Meeting of the Economic Revival Panel Committee

BANGKOK, 18 October 2011  - The public relations unit of the Flood Relief Operations Centre (FROC) reported the resolution of the meeting of the...

Thailand losing Bt75-113 billion in countrywide flooding

BANGKOK, Oct 12 – Thailand could lose Bt75-113 billion from its gross domestic product (GDP) in countrywide flooding, according to Kasikorn Research Centre (KRC)....

Nationwide flooding costs Bt60-90 billion in initial losses

Thailand’s initial losses in nationwide flooding were estimated at Bt60-90 billion or 0.6-0.9 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), according to Finance Minister Teerachai...

Lively export, consumption to boost GDP in latter half

BANGKOK, 6 October 2011  – The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has projected a gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 4.3...

Business forecast centre revises 2011 GDP projection downward due to flood...

BANGKOK, Oct 6 - University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) Centre for Economic and Business Forecasting has revised its 2011 GDP growth...

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