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Thai consumer confidence falls for first time since May

Minister says 364b baht spending plans may lift growth to 2% this year

[BANGKOK] Consumer confidence in Thailand dropped in September for the first time since May's military coup, a university survey showed, adding to evidence that the authorities have not yet been able to get an economic recovery on track.

The consumer confidence index of the University of

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