Thai Baht, Stocks Gain as First-Quarter Growth Beats EstimatesBy and
NESDB amends 2016 projection to 3 percent to 3.5 percent
Prime minister’s stimulus spending helping shore up economy
Thailand’s baht and stocks rose after Southeast Asia’s second-biggest economy expanded more than analysts estimated, spurred by the military government’s increased spending.
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