Thailand’s exports would likely see a double digit-growth next year due to the emerging signs of an economic recovery, Department of Export Promotion director-general Rachane Potjanasuntorn said on Sunday. “I believe Thai exports would attain growth in double digit next year because there are signs indicating that the global economy has considerably improved,” he said. The Commerce Ministry previously forecast that next year’s exports would expand by 12% to 15%. (Bangkok Post)
Thailand 2010 exports to see big rebound
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