(Adds details; paras 9-12) By Vithoon Amorn BANGKOK, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Thailand's trade account bounced back into surplus in August thanks to a strong rise in exports, which hit their highest total in dollar terms in almost two years, central bank data showed on Monday. Announcing the figures in its key monthly report, the Bank of Thailand said the economy was on track for a robust recovery this year after a slowdown in 2001. The central bank has forecast 2002 gross domestic ...
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