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  1. 1. business | 27 Jan 2015

    Anti-dumping duties for imports remain in place


    By Phusadee Arunmas, Newspaper section: Business

    » The government has insisted on maintaining its anti-dumping duties levied on steel imports in a move to protect domestic producers complaining of being hurt by a flood of cheap imports.

  2. 2. news | 08 Dec 2014

    China imports fall, export growth slows

    By AFP

    » China's stuttering economy suffered another blow in November as export growth slowed sharply and imports surprisingly contracted, government data showed Monday, resulting in a record monthly trade surplus.

  3. 3. news | 21 Jan 2015

    Cabinet backs palm oil imports


    Newspaper section: News

    » The cabinet has approved a proposal to import 50,000 tonnes of crude palm oil while at the same time assuring local growers that a minimum price for fresh oil palm fruits has been set in order to prevent a slump in the p...

  4. 4. business | 19 Jan 2015

    Waiting for Opec to blink

    Newspaper section: Asia focus

    » The plunge in global oil prices is generally positive from an economic and fiscal perspective for Asian economies that rely on energy imports. Consumers are clearly benefiting, while inflation rates are coming down and i...

  5. 5. business | 14 Jan 2015

    UTCC: Exports to rise 3.1%

    By Phusadee Arunmas, Newspaper section: Business

    » Thailand's exports are expected to grow by only 3.1% this year, below the 4% target set by the Commerce Ministry, due mainly to the termination of the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) in European countries an...

  6. 6. news | 30 Dec 2014

    Japan orders slaughter of 37,000 chickens in bird flu outbreak

    By AFP

    » TOKYO - Japan on Tuesday ordered the slaughter of some 37,000 chickens after the country's third bird flu outbreak in less than a month, prompting Hong Kong to ban imports from the latest affected region.

  7. 7. news | 30 Dec 2014

    S. Korea posts record current account surplus in November

    By AFP

    » South Korea's current account surplus rose to a monthly record in November as slumping oil prices slashed the value of imports, state data showed Tuesday.

  8. 8. business | 24 Dec 2014

    Japan upset over cut in steel quota


    Newspaper section: Business

    » The government has rejected Japan's request to increase its quota for tariff-free steel imports — and risked angering Tokyo by cutting its quota by half.

  9. 9. news | 17 Dec 2014

    Japan trade deficit shrinks 31.5%

    By AFP

    » TOKYO - Japan's trade deficit in November shrank by nearly a third from a year earlier, helped by higher exports and lower bills for oil imports, official data showed Wednesday.

  10. 10. news | 11 Dec 2014

    US retail sales, jobless claims data improves

    By AFP

    » WASHINGTON - US retail sales and jobless claims data showed a strengthening economy Thursday, but prices for exports and imports both fell, signalling little added inflationary pressure in the past month.

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