Thailand has recorded its slowest economic growth in five years at 2.4% according to the National Economic and Social Development Council (NESDC)
Moody's baseline assumption is that the economic effects of the outbreak will continue for a number of weeks, after which they will tail off and normal...
The Thai economy improved slightly in December 2019, but overall economic activity in the fourth quarter of 2019 continued to be on the decelerating trend.
Thailand is expected to record subdued economic growth this year, clouded by external uncertainties and a budget debacle that could bring GDP growth under the 2%...
Thia Exports fell for the fifth straight month in December, resulting in a full-year contraction of 2.65% in 2019
SCB’s Economic Intelligence Center (EIC) has released its latest growth forecast, at 2.7 percent, showing a slow recovery from just 2.5 percent economic growth in 2019
Deputy Prime Minister, Dr. Somkid Jatusripitak, said that about 1 trillion baht of the government’s budget will be spent to stimulate the Thai economy.
For the first time ever, Cyber incidents (35% of responses) rank as the most important business risk in Asia-Pacific in the ninth Allianz Risk Barometer 2020