Thailand’s exports in February continued to grow considerably for the fourth consecutive month, boosted by an increased shipment of agricultural and industrial products of all categories, according to Commerce Minister Porntiva Nakasai.

Mrs Porntiva revealed that the exports in February totalled US$14.4 billion in value, up 23.1 per cent from $11.69 billion the same month last year.

In terms of the baht, exports totaled Bt470.72 billion, up 16 per cent from the same month the year before.

The exports to key destinations including the United States, Europe and ASEAN expanded 38.8 per cent and those to emerging markets such as China, India, and South Asia grew 20, 75, and 90 per cent due to the global economic recovery.

via Exports surge in February for 4th consecutive month.

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