The SARS outbreak provides a useful benchmark, but there are significant differences between that epidemic and the latest one.
Thailand has recorded its slowest economic growth in five years at 2.4% according to the National Economic and Social Development Council (NESDC)
The Confidence Index for January 2020, scored 45.4 showing the 11th consecutive monthly decline.
Thai growth may be around 2% or less, said two major Thai commercial banks and a senior official of the Bank of Thailand.
New measures include extending the deadline for the paying of taxes from March to June, doubling the tax reduction on expenses incurred in organizing a seminar...
The Thai economy improved slightly in December 2019, but overall economic activity in the fourth quarter of 2019 continued to be on the decelerating trend.