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1. 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.
2. news | 28 Mar 2013
» Exports for February were down 5.83% on the same month last year, with a total value of US$17.92 billion, permanent secretary for commerce Watcharee Wimuktayon said on Thursday.
3. news | 09 Apr 2013
» German exports fell in February, official data showed on Tuesday in another sign that Europe's biggest economy has not fully recovered from a dip at the end of last year.
4. business | 29 Mar 2013
» Thai exports in February fell by 5.8% year-on-year on tepid global demand, baht appreciation and declining agriculture shipments.
5. news | 29 Mar 2013
» Japan's factory output slowed in February, data showed Friday, highlighting the weak state of the world's third-largest economy and underscoring the size of the government's task in sparking sustained growth...
6. business | 29 Mar 2013
» WASHINGTON — US consumers earned more and spent more in February, helped by a stronger job market that has offset some of the drag from higher taxes.
7. learning | 15 Jan 2013
» Deputy editor Atiya Achakulwisut has harsh words for the interior minister for his unwarranted condemnation of a minor official stuck with a non-existent February 30 birthday.
8. opinion | 23 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Eventually, the country's much-feared power crisis came to pass without the major blackouts predicted in February by Energy Minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisal.
9. business | 30 Mar 2013
» Fewer working days in February resulted in a temporary drop in domestic spending, exports and manufacturing during the month, says the Bank of Thailand.
10. news | 26 Mar 2013
» WASHINGTON - US consumer confidence plunged in March after February's jump, the Conference Board reported Tuesday.