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Migrant workers suffer as coronavirus cases surge in Thailand; 205 more cases reported on Friday (Jan 8)
BANGKOK, Jan 8 (Reuters): Migrant workers in Thailand are struggling to find work and survive after coronavirus cases in the South-East Asian nation reached record highs and employers imposed new restrictions, human rights groups said on Friday.
SINGAPORE, Jan 8 (Reuters): Most Asian equities were set to notch their biggest weekly gains in many months on Friday, while Indonesia's rupiah and the South Korean won led the declines among currencies as rising US yields lifted the dollar.
BANGKOK, Jan 8 (Reuters): The Stock Exchange of Thailand on Friday said it was seeking to boost its market capitalisation this year by 500 billion baht (US$16.61 billion) through initial public offerings (IPOs) and secondary listings.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The economy is expected to expand between 2.5 and 3 per cent this year, said Assoc Prof Dr Montree Socatiyanurak. He is director of the National Institute of Development Administration's Advanced Master of Management Programme.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand's economy could lose as much as 300 billion baht (US$10 billion) in the first quarter after its largest coronavirus outbreak saw consumer mood sink to a five-month low in December, according to the commerce university.
BANGKOK: Thailand's joint business group on Wednesday lowered its growth forecast to 1.5-3.5% this year, from 2.0-4.0% projected last month, saying the country's new coronavirus outbreak, its most severe yet, will hamper an economic recovery.
BANGKOK: Thailand's economic outlook would be substantially affected by a surge in coronavirus cases, minutes of the central bank's last policy meeting showed on Wednesday, as the Bank of Thailand (BOT) saw a need to preserve limited policy room.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Thai National Shippers Council (TNSC) expects exports this month to only grow by 3 to 4 per cent, as the new wave of Covid-19 infections is expected to further affect the export sector.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s rice exports are headed for another gloomy year after sinking to the lowest volume in two decades in 2020, as a global shortage of shipping containers reduce the prospects of increasing shipments.