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71. opinion | 17 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: News
» China is increasingly debating whether or not the renminbi should be internationalised, possibly joining the US dollar and the euro as an international vehicle currency (IVC) _ that is, a currency that other countries us...
72. business | 25 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Since 1976, the US dollar's role as an international currency has been slowly waning. International use of the dollar to hold foreign-exchange reserves, denominate financial transactions, invoice trade and as a vehic...
73. learning | 03 Apr 2013
About business & economics
» As minimum wages rise for companies in Asia making cheap exports more difficult (toys, clothes, furniture). Inflation results as higher costs passed onto consumers.
74. 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...
75. 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.
76. news | 23 Oct 2013
» Elephants living in Myanmar are expected to be smuggled to Thailand after Myanmar bans timber exports next year, an elephant conservationist said.
77. learning | 12 Jun 2012
» Electronics industry with exports of 1.6 trillion baht & 200,000 employees, could shrink 50% in 3 years without educational & skill improvements.
78. learning | 30 Dec 2011
» To pay off huge debt politicians avoided for decades, can Bank of Thailand use foreign exchange reserves (that support exchange rate & exports)?
79. news | 14 Nov 2013
» The US trade deficit increased sharply in September as imports swelled but exports fell, pointing to weak demand in the tepid global economy, government data released Thursday showed.
80. learning | 19 Oct 2011
» 40% fall in exports forecast. Hard drive, auto, shoe producers & govt BoI act quickly to resume production. Factories move to non-flood areas.