How to track Thailand’s GDP data

Thailand’s official statistics agency, the Ministry of Statistics and Census, has announced the country’s final GDP figures for the third quarter of 2018.

The government’s data released on Wednesday showed a slight dip in GDP from the previous quarter, which saw the country post an increase of 1.3% compared to the same quarter a year ago.

But the latest figure showed that GDP growth was slightly lower at 2.7%.

That was down from a year earlier, when GDP grew at 3.2%.

The economy is still expected to grow by around 6.5% in 2019.

The government said the growth was largely due to a weaker export market.

Thailand’s exports to the US jumped by 7.6% in the quarter.

However, that was mostly due to the strong demand for food products from the US.

According to the data, Thailand imported $831 million worth of goods from the United States last quarter.