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31. learning | 18 Jul 2011
» To meet campaign promises spending will rise to 60 billion baht and corporate income taxes fall to 20% from 30%.
32. news | 18 Nov 2013
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» The Finance Ministry's Public Debt Management Office (PDMO) will issue three-year savings bonds worth 4 billion baht to raise funds to offset the projected 250-billion-baht budget deficit.
33. learning | 12 Jun 2012
» Electronics industry with exports of 1.6 trillion baht & 200,000 employees, could shrink 50% in 3 years without educational & skill improvements.
34. business | 29 Nov 2013
» Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI) is expected to shrink 2.8% this year before resuming growth of slightly over 2% in 2014 when the government's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure scheme commences, says ...
35. property | 22 Nov 2013
» The government should amend construction-related regulations and existing concessions on construction material resources to make the 2-trillion-baht infrastructure development smooth and viable, according to the private ...
36. news | 12 Oct 2013
» Finance chiefs of the G20 on Friday called for Washington to quickly resolve the political paralysis over its budget and debt ceiling.
37. news | 02 Nov 2013
» It is an American paradox: The US public deficit shrank this year at the fastest pace in nearly half a century, driven more by budget crises than real political will.
38. news | 18 Nov 2013
» The Senate has begun to deliberate a bill to empower the Finance Ministry to borrow up to 2 trillion baht for the country's infrastructure development projects in the second and third readings, reports said.
39. learning | 24 Nov 2011
» Expected economic loss 1.12 trillion baht or 10.5% of GDP, 10,000 factories & 660,000 workers affected (30% automotive, 26% electronics & appliances).
40. news | 11 Oct 2013
» The world believes US political leaders will resolve their differences on the budget and avert the catastrophe of a debt default, the head of the European Central Bank said Thursday.