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Central bank chief urges long-term economic policy for Thailand

BANGKOK, July 16 – Thailand’s central bank governor called on the government to accelerate the country’s long-term capability instead of solely stressing short-term economic...

BoT chief: Monetary Policy Committee unperturbed by pressure to reduce interest...

BANGKOK, May 28 – Central bank governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul gave reassurances today that the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) will not be pressured in its...

Central bank chief: Interest rate decision to be based on economic...

BANGKOK, May 27 – Thailand's weakening baht is unrelated to the resolution to be made by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) in its meeting...

Bank of Thailand to X-ray private consumption, investment

BANGKOK, May 21 – Thailand’s central bank will thoroughly examine the country’s private consumption index (PCI) and private investment to find the reasons...

Private sector proposes baht as border trade currency

BANGKOK, May 17 – The Thai private sector is satisfied with the baht movement at Bt29-30 against the US dollar – a rate...

PM brushed aside cabinet reshuffle rumor

BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is ready to listen to certain group’s opposition to the THB530 billion flood prevention plans...

Govt vows to speedily tackle strong baht

BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 The government has pledged to tackle the appreciation of the Thai baht by discussing the situation with the Bank...

PM Yingluck’s meeting with Finance Ministry chiefs

BANGKOK, 8 May 2013 The Prime Minister has held a meeting with the minister and the deputy minister of Finance to discuss the...

Thai Finance Minister & BoT Governor in India for AFMGM

BANGKOK, 7 May 2013  The finance minister and the central bank governor have represented Thailand at an ASEAN+3 Meeting in India, where talks...

Bank of Thailand: Timing crucial for monetary measures

BANGKOK, April 24 – The Bank of Thailand (BoT) gave reassurances today that it has closely monitored the baht currency movement and relevant...

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