Domestic oil prices could rise by three to four baht a litre if the United States launches a military strike against Syria, according to a senior analyst at Siam Commercial Bank's Economic Intelligence Centre.
Members of the Canadian Syrian community hold a candlelight vigil, protesting the possible invasion on Syria, in Ottawa on Saturday. (AP Photo)
Sivalai Khantachavana said on Sunday that if the US Congress approves military action in Syria, Brent crude may soar to US$125 (4,000 baht) per barrel.
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