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Exports at risk 'by bad planning'

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Exports this year could dip by almost 14% if the political unrest continues until the second quarter, as 40% of companies do not have risk management plans in place for protests, a recent survey found. 

Anti-government protesters blocked the entrance of the Finance Ministry on Rama VI Road yesterday to call on state officials to stop working for the caretaker government. Chanat Katanyu

Business operators, surveyed by the Office of Industrial Economics (OIE) last month, predicted exports would fall by 18.5% and 26% in the third and fourth quarters this year if unrest continues to those periods.

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