Minor International Plc (MINT), a SET-listed food and hospitality company, expects second-half revenue growth of 10% to 20.9 billion baht thanks to positive economic sentiment after the end of the political turmoil.
Chaiyapat Paitoon, the company's vice-president for strategic planning, said investor confidence and business sentiment would clearly bounce back the rest of the year, and people would spend more money.
Its first-half revenue grew by 10% year-on-year to 19.8 billion baht despite the political turmoil. The company's financial performance in the second half is projected to exceed the first half.
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