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  • FTI jittery over third wave's impact on SMEs

    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has raised concerns over the impact of the third Covid-19 outbreak on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) despite the state's attempts to help them gain better access to soft loans through a scheme under the Bank of Thailand.

  • TCC, central bank discuss SMEs' woes

    The Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) on Monday talked with the Bank of Thailand on the possibility to allow small and medium-sized enterprises to place purchase orders or invoices as loan collateral, a move that will enable SMEs to gain easier access to funds that will help alleviate their tight ...

  • Thai shippers upbeat about 6-7% growth

    Thai shippers upgraded their export growth forecast to 6-7% this year from a 3-4% projection in December, helped by the global economic recovery, economic growth in major trading partners and healthy exports of industrial products such as automobiles, electrical appliances, equipment and parts, and oil-related products such as plastic pellets ...

  • April consumer mood hit record low

    Consumer confidence hit a record low in April, dented by a new wave of COVID-19 infections, which could cost the economy as much as 600 billion baht if it cannot be contained this month, the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTTC) said on Thursday.

  • State hurries GI registration

    Thailand is speeding up registration of geographical indication (GI) products in four countries to prevent foreign sellers from claiming they make the products and helping to increase Thai exports during the pandemic this year.


    Embracing the significance of automation and robotics as the key transformative force for global productivity, the Thai government has laid strong groundwork for the growth of the country’s automation and robotics industry by introducing incentives, forging collaboration with the private sector, and developing an integrated innovation incubator and learning centre ...

  • Private sector unsure on jab imports

    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) will go ahead with its plan to import vaccines for companies which want to distribute them to employees, while the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) accepted that it might be too late for the private sector to procure vaccine supplies amid intense global demand.

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