19 of Moody's 25 rated APAC sovereigns have stable outlooks, while four have negative outlooks and two have positive outlooks
According to World Bank study, the debt-to-GDP ratio of developing countries has climbed 54 percentage points to 168 percent since the debt buildup began in 2010.
Thailand is now a top-ten highest household debt country among 89 countries worldwide and third highest among 29 Asian countries.
Thai household debt ratio at 78.6 percent is among the top three countries with the highest household debt in Asia.
Thailand’s household debts have increased to 298,005 baht per household which is the highest in nine years, according to the findings of the University of Thai...
High household leverage in Thailand and Malaysia remains a source of risk for both economies says Fitch Ratings in its reports on Thailand and Malaysia.
Thailand's household debt swelled to 85.9% of GDP or 10.4 trillion baht at the end of last year from 84.7% or 10.2 trillion at the end...
Household debt is particularly worrying in Thailand and Malaysia, but the official data may not capture the full picture for families around the region.