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81. business | 09 Oct 2013
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» The Bank of Thailand insists banknote supply in inundated areas will not fall short of demand, as it typically prepares cash reserves for a few months of withdrawals.
82. news | 16 Oct 2013
» The Bank of Thailand's Monetary Policy Committee on Wednesday agreed to keep its policy rate unchanged at 2.5% for a third straight meeting, in line with the market’s expectations.
83. business | 08 Oct 2013
» The World Bank forecasts that the US budget deadlock could shave one percentage point off the gross domestic product (GDP) growth of East Asia and Pacific for every two percentage points the US economy falls.
84. business | 30 Nov 2013
» Falling consumer confidence caused by the ongoing political demonstrations could lead to gloomier sentiment for year-end private spending, says the Bank of Thailand's economic research director.
85. business | 02 Nov 2013
» The Bank of Thailand stands ready to manage the country's economy through any short-term setbacks that could crop up from heightening political tensions following speedy passage of the controversial amnesty bill.
86. tech | 21 Nov 2013
» Australian police and central bank websites fell victim to cyber attacks Thursday with an Indonesian hacker claiming responsibility, reportedly demanding that Canberra apologise in an intensifying row over spying.
87. business | 01 Nov 2013
» Economic growth in the fourth quarter is expected to improve after the third quarter showed signs of recovery on the back of steady domestic consumption and private investment, says the Bank of Thailand.
88. business | 04 Dec 2013
» The state-owned GH Bank will cut its deposit and lending rates in the coming days.
89. news | 06 Nov 2013
» Thailand's trade competitiveness is worryingly weak, executive chairman of Bangkok Bank Kosit Panpiemras said on Wednesday.
90. business | 17 Oct 2013
» The Bank of Thailand's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) yesterday kept the policy rate unchanged at 2.5%, and economists expect the panel to stand pat at the year's final meeting in November.