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Thai private sector signals SOS, warning local economy may crash

BANGKOK, March 28 – Thailand's private sector today called for the formation of a permanent government as soon as possible, or the country will...

Private sector sees huge losses if no new govt formed within...

BANGKOK, Feb 3 - Thailand's key private businesses expressed concern that the country could face a heavy loss if no new government is formed...

Thai private sector urges peaceful resolution, negotiation

BANGKOK, Dec 2 – Thailand’s leading business sector representatives today called for resolution of the country’s escalating political conflicts through dialogues and respect for...

TCC offers to mediate talks to end crisis

BANGKOK, Nov 29 - The Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) issued a statement on Friday urging conflicting parties in the current political brouhaha to...

TCC: Volatile baht bad for export pricing

BANGKOK, 29 August 2013 The Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) has expressed concerns that the baht depreciation will make export pricing more difficult.  ...

TCC backs 2-trillion-baht infrastructure project

BANGKOK, 17 July 2013 The Thai Chamber of Commerce has voiced its support for the government’s 2 trillion baht infrastructure project, saying it will...

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