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Pruksa Real Estate to launch 41 new projects by first quarter of 2011

The top-ranked developer Pruksa Real Estate Plc (PS) plans an aggressive launch of 41 new projects worth a combined 28.7 billion baht by the first quarter of 2011 after doubling its annual budget for land acquisition to 14 billion baht to head off rivals.

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The top-ranked Thailand’s developer Pruksa Real Estate Plc (PS) plans an aggressive launch of 41 new projects worth a combined 28.7 billion baht by the first quarter of 2011 after doubling its annual budget for land acquisition to 14 billion baht to head off rivals.

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Pruksa plans to launch 41 projects by Q1

The medium-term outlook is sobering, with growth expected at 3.5 percent in 2010 and likely remaining below potential for the next three years. Because the Thai economy is largely dependent on final demand in advanced economies, a return to pre-crisis rates of economic growth (a full recovery vs. a rebound to pre-crisis levels) will require a combination of (a recovery of demand from advanced economies and a rebalancing of the sources of growth to reduce Thailand’s dependence on demand from advanced economies. Neither process is likely to be swift.

Fiscal stimulus in China offset the decline in Thailand’s exports and is playing a role in the region’s rebound

Public investment will expand only slightly next year as the Thai Kem Kaeng Program will just about compensate for the reduction in the government’s on-budget investment in 2010.

Recovery from a financial crisis is a lengthy process that involves the rebuilding of balance sheets, and the IMF estimates that half of the losses in the financial system in advanced economies are yet to be recognized.

Despite the rebound, Thailand’s export recovery is still subject to several downside risks. A recent export pickup in East Asia benefits mainly from coordinated and massive policy responses in G-3 economies and China that have boosted their demand for imports, and inventory re-stocking worldwide that followed a swift and large de-stocking in early-2009 as orders fell less than production.

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