The Commerce Ministry disclosed Thai exports in November were valued at US$17.7 billion, nearly 28.5 per cent growth, compared to the same period last year.

Imports were valued at $17.2 billion, an expansion of 35.3 %, so Thailand enjoyed a trade surplus of $407 million, Commerce Minister Porntiva Nakasai said.Exports in the first 11 months of 2010 were valued at $177 billion, a growth of 29.15 per cent and imports in same period were valued at $166 billion, a 39 per cent increase. Thailand’s trade surplus from January through November was $11.87 billion.

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The Commerce Ministry disclosed Thai exports in November were valued at US$17.7 billion, nearly 28.5 per cent growth, compared to the same period last year.

If exports in December reach $14-15.5 billion, exports for the whole year is likely to surpass $190 billion, a growth of about 26-28 per cent, as projected by the ministry.

via Thai exports in November grow 28 per cent: Commerce Ministry.

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