Foreign capital is flowing into the country at slower pace.

By bne IntelliNews November 15, 2010
The foreign capital has started flowing into Thailand at a slower pace although the baht continued strengthening. As reported by Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies, Mathee Supapongse, senior director of Bank of Thailand (BoT's) Domestic Economy Department, the baht remained strong because the US dollar continued weakening against all currencies and foreign capital still flowed into the country.

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