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1. news | 29 Nov 2013
» The continuing political turmoil has affected the economy and could trim gross domestic product (GDP) for 2013 to below 3%, Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong said on Friday.
2. news | 26 Nov 2013
» The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is expected to cut its GDP growth forecast for the Thai economy this year to around 3%, says Luxmon Attapich, senior country economist for ADB Thailand.
3. business | 01 Nov 2013
» The SCB Economic Intelligence Center (EIC), the research arm of Siam Commercial Bank, predicts Thai GDP growth of 4.5% next year as exports pick up and the state splurges on infrastructure projects.
4. news | 25 Oct 2013
» The Bank of Thailand has slashed its gross domestic product (GDP) growth projection for 2013 to only 3.7%, from a previous forecast of 4.2%, Paibul Kittisrikangwan, assistant governor for monetary policy, said on Friday.
5. business | 25 Nov 2013
» Thai fund management firms expect a rush into bonds will lift their industry's value next year to about half the country's gross domestic product (GDP) from an estimated 40% today.
6. learning | 06 Aug 2013
» Phuket's overcrowded airport adds capacity, protests threaten GDP growth & in protest over garbage power plant villagers burn mock coffin.
7. business | 06 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Thailand's gross domestic product (GDP) is projected to rise by up to 5% next year provided the ongoing political conflict is not prolonged but could contract if the situation turns violent, warn economists.
8. business | 05 Dec 2013
» Insurance premiums will reach the government's target of 6% of the country's GDP earlier than scheduled, originally set for the end of next year, if growth momentum is maintained.
9. learning | 09 Dec 2011
» At 37% of GDP with 2.32 million jobs affected by the floods, SME's 1.75 trillion baht in exports fallen to 16% growth from 25% projected.
10. news | 26 Nov 2013
» The Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) on Tuesday slashed its gross domestic product growth forecast to 3%, from a previous projection of 3.8% to 4.3%.