Economy at risk of contraction in Q3: Krungsri Research

Thailand’s overall economy is at risk of contraction in the third quarter due to restrictions on economic activities to curb Covid-19 from spreading further, Krungsri Research revealed on Wednesday.In its monthly economic report, Krungsri Research said the private sector’s consumption index in July contracted -5.3 ...

The Nation Reporter

Exports seen up 10-12% this year - shippers

Thailand’s exports are expected to rise 10-12% this year as the global economy recovers, but the country’s coronavirus outbreak remains a negative factor, the National Shippers’ Council said on Tuesday.In the third quarter, exports, a rare bright spot in the economy, are forecast to increase ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Thailand pushes dream of 'land bridge' to boost economy

The dream of a Thai land bridge, a transport route that would cross the Malay Peninsula to connect ports on either side, has surfaced again in Thailand. If it becomes a reality, a land bridge could cut shipping times by about two days, compared with ...

Coexisting with disease

Over the past 18 months, the global spread of the pandemic has taken its toll on the economies of many countries. In Thailand, some believe a relief budget of 3 trillion baht may be inadequate.Assuming the country can achieve herd immunity by the end of ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Thailand’s economy resilient to the pandemic, central bank says

The Thai economy is well placed to weather the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the central bank said Wednesday, citing strong foreign reserves and a resilient banking system.Although the nation’s economy is likely to recover more slowly than regional peers, it is highly resilient in ...

BoT cuts 2021 GDP rise to 0.7%

The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has slashed its economic growth projection for this year again to 0.7% as the third wave of Covid-19 has had a more severe impact on the country’s economy since the central bank conducted its earlier projection.The BoT’s Monetary Policy Committee ...

Somruedi Banchongduang

Thailand Risks First Double-Dip Recession Since 1998 Asia Crisis

Thailand will likely be the worst economic performer in Southeast Asia this year, with economists continuing to slash the country’s growth forecast amid surging Covid-19 infections, mounting political tensions and fading hopes for a tourism revival.Gross domestic product is expected to grow 1.8% this year, ...

Prolonged lockdowns to cause GDP drop

The economic impact from lockdowns may cause Thai GDP to drop by 300 billion baht or 1.7 percentage points, while listed companies’ earnings price per share are expected to decline by 4% this year, as reflected in recent decreases in share prices, according to Kasikorn ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Private spending slowed in June under impact from virus: FPO

The Thai economy in June continued to feel the impact of Covid-19, Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) revealed on Wednesday.The impact was reflected in the slowdown in private spending, especially private investment. However, exports continued to expand at a high rate, the FPO added.Private consumption indicators ...

The Nation Reporter

Thai economy no longer a subject of global interest, new report says

Thailand’s economy has crossed a tipping point with the country beginning to be losing global interest, said a new research report from the Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group (KKP).Relocation of production bases, falling direct investment, and a slowdown in the export sector show that Thailand no ...

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