Robust export recorded irrespective of strong baht.

By bne IntelliNews September 21, 2010
Thailand's exports increased 23.9% y/y in August this year due to the robust shipments of autos and electronics despite the continuing strength of the baht. As reported by Agence France Presse, the export rise was supported by the solid demand for auto parts and electronics. The imports increased 41.1% to USD 15.81bn. The country recorded a trade surplus of USD 643mn in August this year as compared to a deficit of USD 939mn recorded in July.

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