BANGKOK - Active use of fiscal stimulus will be Thailand’s main economic policy driver, with monetary policy shifting to a more neutral stance, according to ANZ Bank, which is predicting GDP growth of 4.8% for Thailand in 2015 compared with 1.3% for 2014.
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GENEVA - Air freight volumes continue to show solid gains on a year ago, supported by economic improvements in some regions, according to a quarterly report by IATA, which says emerging Asia trade volumes have rebounded after weakness in Q1 and consumers in the US are more optimistic about future economic performance.
COLOMBO - The Ministry of Defence and Urban Development of Sri Lanka is inviting applications from foreign manufacturers, their agents and suppliers to register with the ministry for supply of goods and services during 2015. Interested parties can download applications to apply for registration under different categories from the following websites.
HONG KONG - Emerging from a period of stagnation triggered by the global financial crisis, world trade is set to resume its growth trajectory in 2016, presenting fresh opportunities for businesses that have positioned themselves to benefit, a new study from HSBC Commercial Banking shows.