The Bank of Thailand is keeping a close eye on the the spill-over effects from unconventional monetary policies in advanced economies on emerging markets, while the European Central Bank is still pursuing aggressive monetary easing to defeat...
A state enterprise has raised concerns over a draft amendment by the Commerce Ministry of the Trade Competition Act 1999, arguing that the move may affect its competitiveness, a source at the ministry said.
The Songkhla Chamber of Commerce is prepare to work with the state and private sectors to support and develop the Sadao border area into a special economic zone.
Stronger baht remains concern, but Kingdom 'on target' for 3.5% growth
The private sector plans to ask the junta to lift martial law in key destinations in order to lure international tourists back to the Kingdom.
Sepo to pass on plans to superboard
The National Council for Peace and Order has asked the Energy Ministry to revise a plan for restructuring fuel prices, providing more details to make it easier for the public to understand.
Bangkok's retail market will grow more in the second half of the year thanks to the National Council for Peace and Order's policies to boost the economy and restore confidence in the country, according to the Bangkok Retail Market Report.
Sector lags behind in GDP contribution
The Bank of Thailand is closely monitoring the strengthening of the baht, which has been caused by the return of foreign funds to the Kingdom's capital and bond markets due to improved economic and political conditions.