UPDATE 2-Thai export, output growth slow in March


(Recasts, adding quotes, projections, detail) By Chris Johnson BANGKOK, April 30 (Reuters) - Thai export growth slowed in March, restrained by the war in Iraq and the outbreak of the deadly SARS virus, which had severely affected travel and tourism across Asia, official data showed on Wednesday. The Bank of Thailand (BOT) said in a statement Thai exports grew 14.4 percent in March from the same month last year, after a 24.7 percent year-on-year rise in February. In dollar terms, ...

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