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Slowest Growth  in 3 Years
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Slowest Growth in 3 Years

Thailand recorded its slowest economic growth in three years in 2014. Gross domestic product rose 0.7% last year, the National Economic and Social Development Board said in Bangkok on Monday, matching the median estimate of 15 analysts in a Bloomberg survey. GDP grew 2.3% in the three months through December from a year earlier, compared with the median of 2% in a separate survey.

 

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