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Thai business group keeps 2023 growth forecast at 2.5%-3%

Thailand’s economy is expected to grow between 2.5% and 3.0% this year, a leading joint business group said on Wednesday, maintaining its previous estimate.Exports, a key driver of the Thai economy, are expected to fall between 0.5% to 2% this year, said the group, which ...

Thai business group sticks by GDP outlook despite inflation risk

Thailand’s economy is still expected to grow 2.75 per cent to 3.5 per cent this year, helped by increased exports, more tourists, and government support, but faces rising inflationary pressures, a leading joint business group said on Wednesday (Aug 3).Exports are expected to increase 6 ...

Thailand’s private sector joins ‘Race to Zero’ ahead of global climate summit

Thailand’s business world got in training this week to cut carbon ahead of the UN’s COP 26 climate conference in November. The “Race to Zero: Meet the World’s Race to Zero Heroes for Climate Action” guided more than 400 public and private-sector organisations on practical ...

The Nation Reporter

How Covid-19 propelled digital disruption transformed Thailand’s business sector

A vast majority of businesses have been driven by digital disruption globally with most executives admitting its transformative impact to an extent. It is, therefore, crucial to identify digital disruption perspectives and approaches to digital implementation in Thai companies.“Deloitte Thailand conducted its first Thailand Digital ...

The Nation Reporter

Over 80% Thai businesses struggling due to pandemic: PwC report

More than 80 per cent of Thai organisations surveyed by PwC recently said they were hit adversely by the Covid-19 pandemic, while the report indicated that successful crisis recovery hinges on improving resiliency.The Thailand part of PwC’s “Global Crisis Survey 2021” – a global survey ...

The Nation Reporter

World Bank team vows to support Thai business sector

The World Bank will support Thailand’s business sector since the government has conducted bureaucratic reforms to facilitate businesses.The World Bank’s Doing Business Research Team met with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha at Government House on Friday. He expressed his appreciation for the bank’s 27th place ranking ...

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