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1. learning | 12 Jun 2013
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» Baht weakening (& improvement for exporters) after foreign investment money pulled out of Thailand & sent back to US with US credit rating improvement.
2. 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...
3. news | 18 Nov 2013
» The Thai economy grew less than expected in the third quarter of 2013, as weakening exports damped the outlook for consumption and investment.
4. business | 19 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The government has cut its growth forecast for this year after the economy in the third quarter expanded at a slower pace due mainly to weakening exports and shrinking consumption and investment.
5. learning | 13 Nov 2013
» US$4.46 billion plus in subsidies for rice growers weakening confidence in Thailand's finances, says IMF.
6. news | 12 Oct 2013
» As flooding subsides in several provinces, officials hope a new typhoon will stay on course by moving through northeastern Thailand and weakening over land instead of passing over inundated eastern and central provinces.
7. business | 15 Nov 2013
» Thailand's biggest eruption of political unrest under the current government has increased economic risks, threatening to crimp a rebound from recession as protests damp local consumption and investment while weakeni...
8. news | 13 Nov 2013
» European Commission Vice President Antonio Tajani said Wednesday the euro was overvalued and urged the zone's central bank to help exporters by weakening the single currency.
9. learning | 05 Feb 2013
» Baht 29.75 against US dollar means more dollars for baht, more valuable baht, more expensive & less competitive Thai exports.
10. property | 06 Nov 2013
» The stringent new mortgage rules will continue weakening the housing market next year, while the household debt crisis will return to normal, says the SET-listed Property Perfect Plc (PF).