Thailand is recovering from a very challenging year marked by natural disasters of historic magnitude. First, the earthquake in Japan in March disrupted supply chains and slowed down production, albeit temporarily. Then, the country was inundated by massive floods that began in August and worsened in October–November, slowing the economy to a near halt.
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