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1. business | 19 Apr 2013
» Thailand's gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the industrial sector is expected to dip to a range of 1.5% to 2.5% this year if the baht averages 28 to the US dollar for all of 2013, says the Industry Ministry.
2. news | 12 Apr 2013
» The Bank of Thailand (BoT) on Friday revised its gross domestic product growth projection for the year to 5.1%, up from the previous forecast of 4.9%.
3. business | 21 Mar 2013
» Every one-percentage-point rise of the baht against the dollar will reduce gross domestic product (GDP) growth in a range of 0.1% to 0.3% this year, Kasikorn Research Center estimates.
4. 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.
5. news | 29 Mar 2013
» The Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) on Friday raised its gross domestic product growth projection for 2013 to 5.3% from the previous expectation of 5%.
6. multimedia | 22 Apr 2013
» Nichapa Yoswee is the Director of MICE Capabilities at the Thailand Conventions and Exhibitions Bureau (TCEB). She spoke with The Prospect Group about the growth and development of Thailand’s MICE industry, revenue proje...
7. news | 21 Mar 2013
» The Federal Reserve kept its monetary easing policies in place Wednesday as it trimmed its 2013 and 2014 economic growth forecasts for the US economy.
8. news | 15 Apr 2013
» Asian stocks dropped, with the regional benchmark index retreating from the highest level in 20 months Monday, after Chinese economic growth and industrial production expanded less than economists’ estimated.
9. business | 30 Mar 2013
» The Finance Ministry's Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) has raised this year's GDP growth forecast to 5.3% from 5% on the back of solid domestic consumption, healthy private investment and big government spending.
10. news | 16 May 2013
» Outstanding public debt as of March 31 totalled 5.12 trillion baht, or 44.16% of gross domestic product (GDP), Chularat Sutheethorn, director general of the Public Debt Management Office, said on Thursday.