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Slow Recovery For Tourism Dependant Thailand

Krystal Tan, Economist, ANZ Bank

06-Oct-22 07:30

Slow Recovery For Tourism Dependant Thailand

Thailand has been one of the slower ASEAN economies to recover from the pandemic slump. In a further blow to the economy, Thailand is facing its worst flooding in years, impacting its tourism and agricultural sector. What policy levers does Bangkok have to stimulate economic growth? We discuss the outlook for the Thai economy with Krystal Tan of ANZ Bank.


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Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Wong Shou Ning


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Categories:  economyinternational

Tags:  agricultural sectorpolicy leversthailandasean economiestourism sectoreconomic growth


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