Q+A-Is Thailand's political crisis hurting its economy?


By Bill Tarrant BANGKOK, April 29 (Reuters) - Thailand's central bank on Thursday raised its 2010 economic growth forecast to 4.3-5.8 percent, buoyed by a strong rebound in exports, but it would have been stronger if not for weeks of political unrest, the Bank said. [ID:nSGE63S036] Economists are meanwhile revising down their forecasts. "Due to the political crisis, the economy may slip into contraction in the second quarter from the previous three months, and grow much slower on an ...

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