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FTI fears foreign investors will shift investment elsewhere

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) admits it is concerned foreign investors will relocate their investment base overseas. Chairman Payungsak Chartsutipol...

Thai private sector urges talks to end political impasse

BANGKOK, March 4 – Seven leading private organisations have called for a government and protester dialogue to resolve the political stalemate which, they said,...

Industrial sentiment in January lowest in 55 months

BANGKOK, Feb 20 - The Thai Industries Sentiment Index (TISI) in January plunged to its lowest point in 55 months, while economic figures also...

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...

Political conflict tarnishes nation’s industrial confidence index

BANGKOK, 19 December The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) reported that Thailand’s industrial confidence index for November 2013 fell to 90.3 from the 92.8...

FTI says Thailand’s economy this year likely to grow less than...

BANGKOK, Dec 13 - The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) predicted this year's economy is likely to grow less than 3 per cent. ...

October Thai Industries Sentiment Index increase first in four months

BANGKOK, Nov 22 - Thai Industries Sentiment Index (TISI) increased in October for the first time in four months, according to the Federation of...

Transport Ministry: 2 trillion baht mega project to go ahead

Bangkok, 19 November 2013 Despite the opposition party’s petition against the loan bill, the Transport Ministry has affirmed that the 2 trillion baht infrastructure...

FTI asks protesters not to block roads

BANGKOK, 5 November 2013 The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is asking the anti-government demonstrators not to block roads as the move could cripple...

Political uncertainty and floods worry investors

BANGKOK, 22 October 2013 The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has said political uncertainty and current floods are worrying the investors.  ...

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