THE Thai baht's heady gains are petering out, thanks to slowing growth and a central bank that's bent on taming the currency's strength.

The Bank of Thailand (BOT) said measures taken so far to curb capital inflows are "baby steps" and policy makers have plenty of tools available to deploy to curb the currency's strength.

THE Bank of Thailand cut its benchmark interest rate for the second time in three months and said it will ease rules on outflows to curb a surging currency.

THAILAND is not in recession but growing below potential and the central bank is ready to take action if needed, while there are also plans for further measures to curb the baht's strength,...

THE Bank of Thailand is considering imposing additional measures to rein in the currency amid further gains in the baht to a six-year high and worries about economic growth.

[BANGKOK] In the face of a strong baht that has been Asia's best performing currency this year, Thailand will further relax rules on capital outflows before the end of the year, the central bank...

[BANGKOK] Brian Maxey moved to Thailand from the UK expecting his sterling pension to afford him an easy retirement.

[BANGKOK] Thailand's economy grew at the slowest pace in almost five years in the second quarter as exports and tourism were buffeted by US-China trade tensions and a strong local currency.

[BANGKOK] Thai Airways International's second-quarter loss more than doubled as the global economic slowdown, fierce competition and a strengthened Thai baht took their toll on revenue.

[SINGAPORE] Thailand's central bank knocked the baht from its perch, but the weakness could be short-lived, according to the currency's top forecasters.