CCI dropped to 77.3 in March 2010.

By bne IntelliNews April 7, 2010
/span> Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) of Thailand fell to 77.3 in March 2010 from 78.4 in February (a reading below 100 means that consumers are more pessimistic about the economy's prospects). The fall was mainly due to intensifying political tensions and higher oil prices. As reported by Dow Jones International News, a survey released by the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce's Economic and Business Forecasting Center , showed that the CCI had earlier dropped to 78.4 in February from 79.3 in January.

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