In a recent research report Moody's identifies which Asian countries are most vulnerable to slower global trade volumes and which stand to gain.
For Thailand, tensions between China and the US could actually have a positive effect
The world’s three largest economies – the US, China and Japan – are actively manoeuvring for economic and geopolitical influence through infrastructure funding
The property market accounts a meaningful proportion of China’s GDP growth
Chinese investors have continued pouring their money into Thailand’s property sector even as the kingdom barrels toward an uncertain national election.
The global market is growing exponentially, increasing six-fold since 2013 and doubling since 2015. Much of that growth is being driven by China.
Advantageous conditions have placed Thailand at the forefront of many Chinese investors’ minds
As sanctions continue, Sino-Russian relations – in many ways a pragmatic response to Western reproach – have been steadily developing. Russia’s eastward leaning strategy, or its...