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1. business | 30 Oct 2013
» The Thai National Shippers' Council (TNSC), which represents almost 3,000 exporters and shippers, has again cut its full-year export growth estimate from 2.5% to only 1% due to the sluggish global economic sentiment.
2. business | 29 Nov 2013
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» Siam Commercial Bank has cut its 2013 export growth forecast to 0.5%, sharply down from the previous estimate of 1.5%.
3. business | 26 Oct 2013
» The Bank of Thailand slashed its 2013 Thai economic growth projection to 3.7% from 4.2% predicted in July, dropping export growth to 1% from 4%, but how long the trough will last is unknown, says a senior official.
4. learning | 13 Sep 2013
» Bangkok flood tunnel contract signed, growth in G20 countries accelerates & export growth strategy must go, says UN report.
5. business | 17 Dec 2013
» Aberdeen Asset Management projects brighter prospects for Thailand's economy, with GDP growth of 3-3.5% thanks to an export revival spurred by US and European growth.
6. news | 22 Nov 2013
» Gross domestic product growth for 2013 would be slightly above 3% due to a slowdown in the export sector and in consumption this year, Payungsak Chartsuthipol, chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI), said on...
7. learning | 29 Oct 2013
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» With the cool season coming, Isan villagers prepare to dig up worms for export to China, earning 20-30,000 baht per household.
8. learning | 09 Nov 2012
About global economy
» As US & EU try to stimulate economies out of economic downturn, Asian export sectors that drive economic growth begin to be hit.
9. business | 30 Oct 2013
» Thailand is poised to end the year with export growth of only 1.3%, the lowest since 2010, as it is highly unlikely that shipments will reach US$22 billion a month on average for the remaining three months, says the Univ...
10. business | 31 Oct 2013
» The Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) now expects this year's economic growth will be at the low end of its forecast on the back of delays in an export revival and still-sluggish domestic consumption.