Some manufacturers were able to return to full production relatively
quickly, particularly those targeting the domestic market, but others—
including makers of computers, hard drives, and semiconduc...
several months to rebuild and replace equipment. These industries also
faced sluggish export demand.
Car and truck production jumped by 72%, reflecting the low base
caused by the 2011 floods and additional demand stimulated by the
rebate for first-car buyers. Manufacturing production rose by 7.0% and the industry sector as a whole contributed 3.4 percentage points
to GDP growth, the biggest sector contribution from the supply side
The service sector grew by 5.8% and was also an important source of
GDP growth. A 16% rise in tourist arrivals, to 22.3 million, contributed
to 8.8% growth in the hotels and restaurants subsector. Financial services
grew by 6.6%, with insurance benefiting from buoyant auto sales.
Agricultural output increased by 3.1% with higher output of rice, cassava,
natural rubber, and oil palm.
Source: National Economic and Social Development Board.
http://www.nesdb.go.th (accessed 11 March 2013)
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