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Finance Minister: Government has measures to stabilize Baht

BANGKOK, 18 January 2013 Finance Minister Kittiratt Na Ranong has downplayed the continuous rise of the Thai baht against the US dollar, saying...

Finance Minister: Obama policies may affect baht

US President Barack Obama’s policy will contribute to weakening the US dollar and will add significant pressure leading to the strengthening of currencies...

Gov’t mulls more tax benefits for research funding

BANGKOK, Nov 1 - Thailand’s Revenue Department has been instructed to facilitate relaxing regulations to allow additional tax deductions from taxable income for corporations...

Ruling Pheu Thai Party gets new leader

BANGKOK, Oct 30 - The ruling Pheu Thai Party on Monday elected Jarupong Ruangsuwan as its new party leader after the resignation of its...

10th ASEM Finance Ministers’ Meeting kicks off in Thailand

BANGKOK, Oct 15 - The 10th Asia-Europe Finance Ministers' Meeting (ASEM) kicked off in Thailand on Monday. Thai Deputy...

Kittiratt admits corruptions found in rice-pledging scheme

BANGKOK, 10 August 2012 – Finance Minister Kittiratt Na Ranong has admitted that there have been reports of corruption in the government’s rice-pledging...

Finance ministry to ask cabinet approval to maintain bank deposit insurance...

Deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister Kittiratt Na Ranong said his ministry is proposing that the next Cabinet meeting consider drafting a royal decree to...

Airport Link to buy 7 more train compartments

BANGKOK, 11 June 2012  – The State Railway of Thailand (SRT), operator of the Airport Link, said it will purchase seven more train...

TCT: Q3 tourism confidence index to drop due to political conflict

BANGKOK, 5 May 2012  – The private sector has predicted that the ongoing political conflict will cause the country's tourism confidence index in...

Finance Minister admits trade protectionism still in force in some countries

BANGKOK, 1 June 2012 -Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Mr. Kittiratt Na Ranong has admitted that trade protectionist measures remain effective in...

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