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The baht hit its strongest level in 16 months after it was traded at less than 30 per US dollar, the Export-Import Bank of Thailand said on Thursday. 

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The Thai currency strengthened to almost 29.70 baht to the dollar, an increase of 2.8% since the beginning of this year. The baht is now the strongest currency in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), followed by Malaysia’s ringgit, the Exim Bank said.

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