The consumer confidence index (CCI) for Thailand increased in June for the first time in six months, buoyed by emerging signs of economic recovery due to the continued easing of Covid-19 control measures and improved business activities.
Thursday, July 7th, the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) reported that the CCI rose from 40.2 to 41.6 in June. April’s rate was 40.7, March’s was 42, February’s was 43.3, and January’s was 44.8.
A purchasing power index below 100 indicates a sluggish economic recovery and weak purchasing power.
UTCC President Thanavath Phonvichai stated that there are emerging signs of economic recovery following the end of mandatory…