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  • China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand begin 111th joint Mekong River patrol

    Law enforcement authorities from China, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand joined forces on Tuesday to conduct the 111th joint Mekong River patrol.


  • FTA and GSP utilization rate rose by 36.23 percent in the first seven months

    Thailand's FTA and GSP-based exports were 44.17804 billion U.S. dollars and 2.21632 billion U.S. dollars, respectively, in the first seven months, totaling 46.39436 billion U.S. dollars, with the utilization rate of FTA and GSP being 77.30 percent, an increase of 36.23 percent.


  • Thailand's MPI picks up 2.9 pct y-o-y in Jan.-July

    According to Minister of Industry Suriya Jungroongroengkij, the manufacturing production index (MPI)rose by 2.9 percent, marking recovery growth of the food industry in the first seven months as a result of the Bubble and Seal measure implemented in factories.


  • FTI to upgrade five cluster industries

    According to Mr. Supant Mongkolsuthree, Chairman of Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).


  • The SEC Office revises the rules of IPO of foreign companies

    According to Ms. Ruenvadee Suwanmongkol, Secretary General of the Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), SEC revised the rules of initial public offering (IPO) of foreign companies to enhance the competitiveness of Thailand's capital market.


  • CPI down by 0.02 percent yoy and core CPI up by 0.07 pct in August

    According to the Trade Policy and Strategy Office (TPSO) of the Ministry of Commerce, the consumer price index (CPI) in August dropped by 0.02 percent from last year, marking the second decline since March, as a result of government measures to curb excessive price increase and reduce public burden.


  • Thailand's MPI picks up 5.12 pct y-o-y in July

    According to the Office of Industrial Economics (OIE), Thailand saw its MPI up 5.12 percent to 91.41 in July from the low base last year as a result of the pandemic, but the growth rate has slowed down.


  • Thailand registers a trade surplus of USD 183 million in July

    Thailand's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced that its exports in July 2021 rose 20.27 percent from a year earlier to 22.65 billion U.S. dollars. The above data reflect that Thailand's exports continue to expand.


  • Chuan Leekpai believes deliberation of budget bill on time

    H.E. Mr. Chuan Leekpai, President of the National Assembly and Speaker of the House of Representatives said when referring to the deliberation of the budget bill for the 2022 fiscal year, "he believes that the deliberation can be completed within the specified time.


  • Thai Ministry of Commerce to update the legal person information database

    According to Mr. Thosapol Thangsubutr, Director of the Department of Business Development (DBD) of the Ministry of Commerce, DBD is updating the legal person information database to facilitate relevant inquires and contain frauds and profit-making during corporate legal person registration.


  • Thailand embraces an import growth of 44 pct in June

    According to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce Jurin Laksanawisit,Thailand saw its exports reaching 2,369.943 million US dollars, up 43.82 percent from last year. The exports of agricultural products grew rapidly, reaching a new high in the past 11 years.


  • World Insights: Chinese vaccines play vital role in Thailand's battle against COVID-19

    In Thailand's fight against the coronavirus and its variants, Chinese vaccines have played a vital role in inoculating its people, with millions having received either a Sinovac or Sinopharm jab.


  • Thailand to introduce the Asset Warehouse project amid COVID-19

    According to Mr. Anupap Kuvinichkul, Senior Director, Banking Supervision Department 2, Bank of Thailand, the new Asset Warehouse project has received 959 million baht of funds, a bailout to about 14 business operators.


  • Analysts downgraded economic growth forecast to 1.3 percent this year and 3 percent next year

    In a survey released by the Bank of Thailand in the third quarter, analysts cut their forecast for Thailand's full-year economic growth from 2.5 percent to 1.3 percent in 2021 and from 4 percent to 3 percent in 2022.


  • Thai Prime Minister to attend the APEC Informal Leaders' Retreat on July 16

    Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense, will attend the APEC Informal Leaders' Retreat initiated by New Zealand by video on July 16, Thailand time.


  • CAB extends relief measures to September

    According to Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Transport Minister and chairman of the Civil Aviation Board (CAB), the 7th meeting of CAB in 2021 proposed to extend the relief measures for airlines to the third quarter.


  • Thailand sees its ISI falling for the third consecutive month in June

    According to Mr. Suphan Mongkolsuthi, Chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI)), the Thai Industries Sentiment Index (ISI)dropped for the third consecutive month to 80.7 in June, the lowest level since July 2020, slightly lower than 82.3 in May.


  • The public in favor of the ASEAN-Canada Free Trade Area

    A survey on the establishment of anASEAN-Canada Free Trade Area by Bolliger & Company surveyed from June 14 to 29 showed that Thailand will see growths in GDP, investment, exports to and imports from Canada.


  • The Phuket Sandbox Programrevives the tourism

    The Prime Minister and Minister of Defence of Thailand, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, attended a meeting in Phuket on "Policy Directions to Facilitate the Smooth Implementation of Phuket Sandbox Program", and expressed his satisfaction with the implementation of the guidelines of the government.


  • TTM and GPSC strive to sign MoU to enhance stable power supply

    According to Mr. Veerit Amrapal, director of the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT), IEAT stressed the importance of stable regional power supply in driving industrial development and investment in industrial estates.


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