The report identifies six main areas of focus for digital development in Southeast Asia, starting with the expansion of connectivity, the backbone of the digital economy.
90% of Thais believe the gap between rich and poor is a problem. And only 39% of Thais feel their standards of living are getting better.
AIn October 1950, the World Bank made a loan of $3 million to Thailand for therehabilitation of the Royal State Railways.
Higher standards are required to match higher aspirations in middle-income countries
Despite having achieved historic progress against poverty, inequality remains a key concern for Thai people.
Investing in human capital and pursuing economic reforms is critically important for Thailand to become a high-income nation
By now, there is widespread agreement that the crisis was caused by excessive risk-taking by financial institutions.
What opportunities emerge as a result of participating? A new World Bank research paper explores these recurring questions.