Thailand sees positive signs in economic recovery hinh anh 1Take-away only service during lockdown in Bangkok. (Photo: Shutterstock)
Bangkok (VNA) - Thailand’s Client Confidence Index and Industrial Sentiment Index in August posted a record high in many months, showing positive signs in the country’s economic recovery.

The College of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) recently introduced the August 2022 Client Confidence Index rating of 43.7, an 8-month excessive since February.

Thanavath Phonvichai, UTCC President and Chief Advisor to the college’s Heart for Financial and Enterprise Forecasting (CEBF), stated shoppers begin to discover a slight financial restoration because the COVID-19 scenario in Thailand begins to wind down, along with the comfort of measures permitting companies to function as normal.

The decreasing oil costs and the comfort of guidelines for worldwide vacationers have contributed to improved shopper confidence, in addition to the federal government’s financial measures together with the co-pay and state welfare campaigns.

The general shopper confidence additionally noticed a lift from the rising export sector and better farm product costs.

In another development, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) said its industrial sentiment index rose to 90.5 last month from 89.0 in July, reaching the highest level since January 2020.

The sentiment index returned to its pre-pandemic level and the trend should continue following the recovery of the tourism sector, FTI chairman Kriengkrai Thiennukul said./.