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1. news | 14 May 2013
» The Bank of Thailand (BoT) is unlikely to hold a special meeting on the policy interest rate, and will wait to assess first-quarter economic data before deciding whether it needs to be cut.
2. news | 12 May 2013
» The central bank would consider reducing its policy interest rate if first-quarter economic data supports such a move, Bank of Thailand governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul said Saturday.
3. business | 11 May 2013
» Authorities should use capital flow management to address baht appreciation rather than wait for an interest rate cut by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), because foreign capital inflows are going to persist, says Amm...
4. business | 11 May 2013
» The private sector will boost its role in observing the government's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure investment in a bid to to detect any corruption.
5. news | 10 May 2013
» The central bank's failure to maintain credibility in the financial markets could push up the government's borrowing costs for its 2-trillion-baht infrastructure project, Bank of Thailand governor Prasarn Trairat...
6. news | 08 May 2013
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra gave reassurances Tuesday that the government would find ways to resolve its differences with the Bank of Thailand (BoT) in handling the soaring baht.
7. news | 06 May 2013
» The Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Thailand have reached an agreement on policies to curb appreciation of the baht, central bank governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul said.
8. opinion | 02 May 2013
» The Bank of Thailand's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) on Tuesday issued a clear message that it wants to help stem the appreciation of the baht by discouraging foreign capital inflows, rather than cutting interest r...
9. business | 25 Apr 2013
» The Bank of Thailand is ready to take action to slow the baht appreciation even though foreign capital inflows over the past few months have shifted to bonds with longer maturities.