Baht and containers crucial to export hike

"Знания недостаточно, необходимо применение. Желания недостаточно, необходимо действие." Брюс Ли ©

Exports, a key driver of the country’s economic growth, could fare better than 3-4% growth this year if the government provides more support, particularly in handling the persistent baht rise and the container shortage, says the Thai National Shippers’ Council (TNSC). According to Ghanyapad Tantipipatpong, the TNSC’s chairwoman, the government through the Bank of Thailand has to ensure the baht’s stability to make it competitive, in line with the currencies of our trade competitors to avoid compounding the hardships of entrepreneurs being battered by the pandemic. She said the government is al…

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