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Basic Data on the Economy of Thailand.

United States. Bureau of International Commerce.

Basic Data on the Economy of Thailand.

by United States. Bureau of International Commerce.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesUS Overseas Business Reports -- 63-164
ContributionsLuther, L.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21753325M

Its also the only up-to-date socio-economic history of Thailand I could find on international bookshelves so this makes it somewhat of a reference text for the layman. The first third of the book is spent on preth century Thailand -- sketching in particular the structure of its monarchy and the geopolitical region it dominated, the Mekong /5. Although buoyed by decades of steady expansion, Thailand – South-east Asia’s second-largest economy – saw growth falter in recent years in the wake of political unrest and challenging external conditions. However, falling global oil prices combined with stimulus packages benefited the economy and spurred a moderate recovery in

Economic Corridor (including a digital park and a University ). Thailand’s performance on various digital economy related indices and rankings has been mixed. Thailand ranked 82 out of countries on ITU’s ICT Development Index (IDI) The IDI adopts a triple set of rating criteria clustered around ICT access, usage, and skills. Thailand’s economic fundamentals are sound, with low inflation, low unemployment, and reasonable public and external debt levels. Tourism and government spending - mostly on infrastructure and short-term stimulus measures – have helped to boost the economy, and The Bank of Thailand has been supportive, with several interest rate reductions.

The Economy of Thailand. Rice growing is the bedrock of the Thai economy. It is the enterprise that enable the Thai people and culture to flourish. There is much more now to the Thai economy besides rice but rice was the basis for the economy and, until recent decades, the dominant industry. Pocket book Statistical Newsletter National Statistical jumicar-celle.com Government Complex,Building B,Chaeng Watthana Rd, Laksi Bangkok Thailand Tel. (66) 0 Fax (66) 0 Information Services (66) 0 email: [email protected] (Webmaster): [email protected]


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