Thai Exports for November rose over 10% with value jumping in excess of US$18.9 billion, the Trade Policy and Strategy Office says.
Ms Pimchanok Wonkoporn, deputy director of the Trade Policy and Strategy Office with the Ministry of Commerce, said export statistics for November 2016 was in excess of US$18.9 billion, representing a 10.19% growth compared to the same period the previous year.
Exports figures taken from the same period last year showed a contraction of 4%, thus making the latest export figures the highest degree of growth in a 9 month period she said.
Estimates for the coming year on the other hand shows great promising as export growth of between 2.5 – 3% can be expected due to the continued recovery of the global economy, she added.
Author: Pimnipa Booasang
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