Consumer confidence index recorded at 80.9 in February.

By bne IntelliNews March 14, 2011
Thailand's's Consumer Confidence Index was recorded at 80.9 in February as compared with 72.6 recorded in January this year. As reported by Bangkok Post, the country's's consumer confidence decreased for the first time over three months in February, mainly due to increasing prices of oil and other goods as well as concerns over the local political situation. The country's economic growth is expected to slow down as consumers are likely to reduce spending in response to their perceptions of higher prices.

Consumer confidence index recorded at 80.9 in February.

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