The Covid-19 crisis could throw Thailand into a deep recession next year according to the central bank's latest data release.
Coronavirus crisis is keeping Thailand's top vacation spenders away with a 85% decline in Chinese visitors in the first week of February.
Citing coronavirus outbreak, delayed fiscal budget and severe drought conditions, the Bank of Thailand yesterday cut its policy rate by 25 basis points to 1%
It would be easy to blame China, but the coronavirus outbreak is hitting an economy already weakened by air pollution, sinking productivity, the worst drought in...
Chinese holidaymakers spent almost $18 billion in Thailand last year, more than a quarter of all foreign tourism receipts, government data show.
The debt situation for households and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) continued to raise concerns, according to Bank of Thailand's latest assessment.
Bangkok experienced a significant drop in 2019 compared to the 2018 edition of the list, where Thailand's capital ranked 5th worldwide and 4th in Asia.
Brazil, China, South Africa and Thailand are best-placed for corporate debt market growth says Moody’s Investors Service in a report that analyzed trends in 35 emerging...