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21. news | 29 Mar 2013
» Fewer working days resulted in a slowdown in imports, exports and manufacturing in February, the Bank of Thailand reported on Friday.
22. learning | 20 Mar 2012
» The Bank of Thailand buys and sells Thai baht to smooth over changes in energy prices & foreign investment inflows & outflows.
23. learning | 04 Nov 2011
About the floods
» Ongoing threats with damage still preventable far greater than damage already done in this survey of flood economic impact by economists at TMB Bank.
24. learning | 25 Jul 2012
About the economy
» From rice purchases to minimum wages to government handouts, clear long-term plans for the future being replaced by short-term election promises.
25. news | 27 Apr 2013
» A Brazilian insurer's market launch Thursday raised $5.7 billion, the world's biggest initial public offering this year and a sign of rising confidence in Latin America's biggest economy.
26. learning | 01 Dec 2010
» Skilled manual workers are essential to quality worksmanship is in several industries. Vocational insititutions are failing to attract and prepare students for these roles in Thailand's economy.
27. business | 22 Apr 2013
Commentary: Umesh Pandey
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» While most of Thailand was busy enjoying and recovering from the Songkran festival last week, those with energy left to follow the news were either following the Preah Vihear hearings at the International Court of Justic...
28. news | 10 May 2013
» The Bank of Thailand (BoT) on Friday issued a statement defending its role in stabilising the country’s economy and monetary system.
29. opinion | 21 Mar 2013
» In late 1996 and early 1997, in the face of a slowing economy, deficits in the budget, trade and current accounts, and weakness in the financial system, the Bank of Thailand insisted that it was ready to go to war.
30. learning | 14 Sep 2010
» The US dollar is losing value (weakening, depreciating) while Asian currencies have been gaining value (strengthening, appreciating). This makes Asian exports more expensive which could have a negative effect on the Thai...