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Southeast Asia's strongest currency baht fights own success

Thailand eases capital controls with eye on US criticism

The strengthening baht has made Thai exports less competitive and driven up costs for foreign tourists. (Nikkei montage/Reuters)   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- Thailand is trying to coax the baht down from six-year high territory as the currency's strength threatens local manufacturing and tourism.

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