The number of foreign tourist arrivals severely contracted at 76.4 percent compared to the same period last year in all nationalities.
Developing countries may not have the same deep and liquid bond markets that rich countries have, and they often have to issue bonds in foreign currencies,...
More than half of workers in Thailand are informal, meaning they are not covered by a social security scheme and are particularly vulnerable.
The Thai Cabinet has now approved an extension of the campaign to cover more people affected by the COVID-19 disruption, now totalling about 14 million persons.
Thais are becoming increasingly desperate as the pandemic destroys the economy and the government struggles to respond.
The impact of the coronavirus on the Asia Pacific region will be severe and unprecedented says IMF, and Thailand could stand as the worst performer with...
March 2020 inflation rate receded to 0.54 percent, marking the first recession in 33 months and the lowest inflation rate in 51 months.
Covid-19 shutdowns could have drastic effects for Thailand's workers : as much as 7 million jobs are at risk by the month of June.