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11. business | 10 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» A stall in the 2-trillion-baht infrastructure development plan following House dissolution would not affect the country's economy much as annual budget disbursement remains on track, says Krirk Vanikkul, the Bank of ...
12. learning | 21 Mar 2013
» Borrowing in one lump sum for next 50 years without public participation, transparency or oversight? This provides big corruption opportunity, say critics.
13. business | 30 Oct 2013
» The cabinet approved another 1.9 billion baht to finance the government's rice pledging budget for the 2012-13 season on top of 6.66 billion in extra budget recently approved.
14. learning | 19 Nov 2013
» Japan to finance Lao airport plan, income gap widens despite populist outpouring & debate over borrowing outside of parliamentary budget process.
15. news | 09 Dec 2013
» The 2-trillion-baht infrastructure development bill will not automatically be dropped due to the dissolution of parliament, Transport Minister Chatchart Suittipunt said on Monday.
16. news | 17 Nov 2013
» The Senate Monday will hold the second reading the 2.2 trillion baht loan bill to empower the Finance Ministry to seek loans for the country's infrastructure development projects.
17. news | 02 Nov 2013
» The cabinet has approved a budget of 16.4 billion baht for development purposes in four upper central provinces.
18. learning | 20 May 2013
» Interest rates lower in other countries, so Thai banks borrow there in dollars causing baht to rise in value making Thai exports less competitive.
19. opinion | 04 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Over the last three decades, economic losses associated with natural disasters like floods, storm surges, hurricanes, and droughts have risen in lockstep with the steady climb in global temperatures. Data from a growing ...
20. business | 16 Nov 2013
» The government's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure fund will probably be able to disburse only 50 billion baht next year, far less than the expected 300 billion, says Kasikorn Research Centre (K-Research).