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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 …

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FTI supports inoculation plan

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is planning to provide full support for the state-private inoculation programme, which aims to achieve a target of 100 million doses before the year-end deadline. Source: Business

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SET scraps calculation method revision

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) has decided not to revise its calculation method regarding free-float adjusted market capitalisation for the SET50, SET100 and SETHD indices after a survey revealed most market participants disagreed with the change. Source: Business

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Cases must drop for sandbox scheme

The number of Covid-19 cases in Phuket must reach zero before it reopens to foreign tourists on July 1 as scheduled under the sandbox scheme, says Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, the tourism and sports minister. Source: Business

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Jay Mart targets JFin uptake

SET-listed Jay Mart is gearing up for mass adoption of its JFin coins, which can serve as a tool for customers using the token to purchase services from the company and its subsidiaries. Source: Business

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The man who found the Titanic is on a new quest

In a career that’s spanned 65 years, Robert Ballard has conducted over 150 underwater expeditions and made countless significant scientific discoveries, but his biggest find has always been the Titanic. Now, more than 35 years, after locating the famous shipwreck, he’s embarking on a new mission. Source: Travel

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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. Source: Business

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