Thailand’s economic perspective remains slow for 2015

Business team deliberating with lawyer

All the economic engines appear to have stopped functioning rendering Thailand’s economic outlook the worst in 40 years, said Mr Thanawat Polvichai, director of the Economic and Business Forecast Centre of the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce.  More...

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By Olivier Languepin On Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Private Bank lowers Thai GDP growth projection to 2.8%

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By Boris Sullivan On Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

Thailand’s GDP Growth for 2015 forcasted down to 3.9%

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By Thai News ข่าวไทย On Saturday, December 27th, 2014

Bank of Thailand cuts growth forecast for 2014 and 2015

The Bank of Thailand has slashed economic growth for 2014 to 0.8 percent from one percent as earlier predicted by the government and projected that the GDP for next year was likely to be 4 percent instead of 4.8 More...

By Boris Sullivan On Monday, December 1st, 2014

Thai Confidence index and exports pick up in October

Thai industries sentiment index TISI climbed in October  to 87.5 after falling  two months in a row, and exports in October rose to US$20.2 billion, up 3.97% from same month last year.  More...