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Kittiratt: Taxes on luxury items will not be reduced

BANGKOK, 29 September 2013  – Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong has said that the government will not reduce taxes for luxury...

Govt currently has no policy to reduce import tax for luxury...

BANGKOK, Sept 29 - Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister on Sunday affirmed that the government has no forthcoming policy to reduce import tax for...

Kittiratt believes Thailand will not face real estate bubble

BANGKOK, 28 September 2013 The Finance Minister has expressed his confidence that Thailand will not be faced with real estate bubble, believes banks...

Rubber protesters warn authorities against using force

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT, Sept 20 – Rubber farmers in Thailand’s 16 southern provinces continued their demonstration on a highway here and threatened to strengthen...

Kittiratt: No rubber price intervention

BANGKOK, 5 September 2013 (NNT) - The National Rubber Policy Committee has resolved to financially aid rubber farmers owning no more than 25 rai...

Southern rail service resumes, highway blockade suspended

BANGKOK, Sept 6 – Railway service between Bangkok and Thailand’s South resumed last night after rubber growers called off their blockade but vowed to...

Govt rejects rubber price increase

BANGKOK, Aug 28 – Deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong said today that government intervention to shore up rubber prices, as demanded by Thailand’s...

Deputy PM Kittiratt rules out recession for Thai economy

BANGKOK, Aug 23 – Deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong insists that Thailand’s economy is not in recession and the government will strictly adhere...

Kittiratt: Anti-govt protests bad news for economy

BANGKOK, 5 August 2013 Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong warns the ongoing protests against the government might affect the economy...

Thai Central Bank: 4% GDP suitable, more stimulus unnecessary

BANGKOK, July 30 – The Thai economy will successively expand and the forecast gross domestic product of 4 per cent for this year is...

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