Published: Aug 15, 2021
The 7th Retailer Sentiment Index (RSI) survey for 2021 slumped to 16.4 from the average of 50, the deepest drop in 16 months and below the April 2020 level of 24.3, reflecting the high rate of anxiety.
Published: May 29, 2020
U.S. consumer spending, which accounts for about two-thirds of the world's largest economy, plunged in April by the most on record after the coronavirus pandemic halted purchases of all but the most essential goods and services.
Published: Jul 04, 2019
The incoming government should undertake measures to stimulate spending among low-income earners under the welfare card policy and inject an additional Bt100 billion into the economy in the second half, say economists from Kungthai Bank’s Global Business Development and Strategy Group.
Published: Feb 11, 2019
The Thai Retailers Association (TRA) said yesterday that consumer spending is growing at a less than optimal rate in the first half of this year and has suggested that the government consider cutting taxes on luxury goods and launch campaigns such as a “Thailand Grand Sale” to attract tourists.
Published: Sep 18, 2015
As retail businesses penetrate deeper into the provinces, consumers' purchasing behaviour in those areas and along the borders is being transformed, opening up more opportunities for brands to engage with them, according to Kinetic, an out-of-home media