Thailand Facing Disinflation Fight on Oil, Weak Domestic DemandBy and
Consumer prices were expected to turn positive in 1Q
Government expects inflation to average 1%-2% in 2016
Thailand’s government warned that consumer prices may not turn positive as early as expected this year after slumping crude oil costs pushed down the country’s inflation index for a 12th straight month in December.
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