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Cabinet worries 2014 outlook will only see a 3-3.5% growth in...

BANGKOK, 7 January 2014 The Cabinet has expressed its concerns over the economic outlook of 2014, saying the GDP growth may only be 3...

Farmers assured to get money from the rice pledging scheme within...

BANGKOK, 7 Jan 2014 Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisan has assured farmers who sold their rice to the government under...

Commerce Ministry urges vendors not to raise goods prices while imploring...

BANGKOK, 7 Jan 2014 The Commerce Ministry has urged vendors not to raise goods’ prices while imploring residents not to stockpile commodities.  ...

Thailand, Afghanistan sign bilateral pact under WTO guidelines

BALI, Dec 11 - Thailand and Afghanistan have signed a bilateral negotiations protocol under World Trade Organization (WTO) procedures as Afghanistan has joined WTO...

Canada to extend GSP for Thailand

BANGKOK, 9 Dec 2013 Canada has extended the period of Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) for Thailand, says the Commerce Minister. ...

Thailand, Myanmar move forward on Dawei economic zone development

BANGKOK, Nov 22 – Thailand and Myanmar have agreed to jointly develop the Dawei deep seaport mega projects and find new investors to replace...

Commerce Ministry signs rice, tapioca deal with China

BANGKOK, Nov 20 - Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister/Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisan today signed a contract to sell rice and tapioca to representatives of a...

Commerce Min: export to grow 5-7% next year

BANGKOK, 19 Nov 2013 The Commerce Ministry is confident that Thailand will see 5-7 percent export growth next year, thanks to the global economic...

Thailand to reclaim world’s leading rice exporter role next year

BANGKOK, Nov 20 – Thailand is maintaining its original projection to export seven million tonnes of rice this year and is set to reclaim...

Commerce Minister decreases growth expectations for exports from 4% to 1%

BANGKOK, 12 November 2013 The Ministry of Commerce has revised down the country’s export growth estimate for this year from 4% to 1%.  ...

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