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1. news | 07 Nov 2013
» The Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) dropped again in October to 76.6 points, from 77.9 points in September, the Economic and Business Forecasting Centre at the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce reported on Thurs...
2. news | 03 Dec 2013
» The Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) fell to 75.0 points in November, from 76.6 points in October, Thanavath Phonvichai, director of the Economic and Business Forecasting Centre at the University of the Thai Chamber of Co...
3. business | 04 Dec 2013
» Consumer confidence hit a 22-month low in November due largely to political tensions and anti-government protests that held back spending.
4. 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.
5. learning | 06 Sep 2013
» DTAC plans 4G for Thailand, special court to handle tourist problems & consumer confidence and spending still low.
6. business | 09 Nov 2013
» Escalating political uncertainty could sap consumer confidence as the peak tourism season approaches and result in weaker-than-expected travel-related spending via Krungthai Card Plc (KTC) plastic, warns a senior executi...
7. news | 19 Dec 2013
» The Thai Industries Sentiment Index (TISI) fell to its lowest level for two years in November, chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) Payungsak Chartsuthipol said on Thursday.
8. news | 22 Nov 2013
» The Thai industries sentiment index (TISI) for October went up for the first time in four months to 92.8, from 90.4 in September, Payungsak Chartsuthipol, chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI), said on Frid...
9. news | 10 Nov 2013
» A majority of people say their confidence in the government under Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has dropped, according to the result of an Abac poll published on Sunday.
10. business | 15 Nov 2013
» Consumer groups are slamming regulators' rule on migration from networks whose concessions expired in September this year for failing to protect consumers' benefits.