Thailand is now a top-ten highest household debt country among 89 countries worldwide and third highest among 29 Asian countries.
Thais tended to get into debt faster, for longer and for higher amounts. Indebtedness starts as soon as they begin to work at age 25 and...
The Thai economy was expected to expand at a lower rate than previously assessed and below potential due to the slowdown of trading partner economies and...
The recent financing has been led by Mass-Mutual Ventures Southeast Asia with participation from Silicon Valley’s Arc Labs and existing investors Y Combinator, Hummingbird and Picus...
Many Asian emerging market economies (EMEs) hold an enormous amount of US dollar-denominated reserve assets as a mean of self-insurance against potential financial instability. A large...
Moody's Investors Service has taken rating actions on 11 Thai banks, upgrading the Baseline Credit Assessments (BCA) of six banks
The affirmation of Thailand's Baa1 ratings reflects the country's very strong public and external finances that provide Thailand significant room to counter shocks.
China’s financial reform and development over the past four decades could be described as strong in establishing financial institutions and growing financial assets, but weak in...