BANGKOK: Thailand’s exports continued to expand for the fourth straight month in November, but at a slower rate due to significant growth in agricultural product shipments and recovering demand from major trading partners, official data showed on Monday. Exports, a key driver of the Southeast Asian country’s economic growth, rose 4.9 percent last month from a year earlier to $23.47 billion, according to data released by the Ministry of Commerce. Register to read this story and more for free . Signing up for an account helps us improve your browsing experience. OR See our subscription options.