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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...

Thai commercial attaches brief Commerce Minister on EU crisis

BANGKOK, 28 June 2012  – Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom has acknowledged the plans of Thai commercial attaches worldwide in tackling the EU economic...

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...

UTCC: Consumers still wait for robust economic recovery

BANGKOK, 10 May 2012  - The latest survey found that most consumers remained wary about the local economic conditions.  ...

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