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Household debts jump to the highest level in nine years

Thailand’s household debts have increased to 298,005 baht per household, which is the highest in nine years, according to the findings of the University...

UTCC: Farmers in 100,000-baht debt on average

BANGKOK, 17 August 2012 - A survey by the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has indicated that Thai farmers on average...

The future of Thai rice farming: Are Thai rice farmers losing...

Rice farming has long been the mainstay of Thailand. Rice farmers were once dubbed the backbone of the nation. But as a new...

Thailand’s Consumer Confidence Index on present economy increases for 8th consecutive...

BANGKOK, Aug 3 - Thailand's Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) ‘on the present economy’ has increased for the 8th consecutive month from 56.8 in...

Thailand’s GDP growth to fall to 5-5.%: UTCC

BANGKOK, Aug 2 - The University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) will lower its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth prediction for Thailand...

UTCC: Thai export to expand by only 5.8%

BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  – The University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has reported that the European economic crisis will continue to...

Private sector urges govt to integrate works of different agencies

BANGKOK, 31 July 2012  – The University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has revealed that the private sector wants different government agencies...

UTCC lowers economic growth speculation after global economy worsened

BANGKOK, 18 July 2012  – The University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has lowered its economic growth estimation for this year from...

Academics called for no extension of state-initiated consumer goods price control

BANGKOK, 20 June 2012  – Academics are urging the government not to extend the policy to cap consumer goods prices and let everything move...

UTCC: Minimum wage rise helps drive Thai economy

BANGKOK, 27 April 2012  - An economic expert views that the minimum wage rise to 300 baht per day helps drive the Thai...

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