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Myanmar agricultural development bank : initial assessment and restructuring options (English)

Myanmar is an agricultural country. It is estimated that the agriculture sector represents between 35 to 40 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) and that up to 70 percent of the labor force (of 32.5 million) is directly or indirectly engaged in agricultural activities or depend on agriculture for their income. ... See More +

Working Paper 86630 APR 08, 2014

Luna-Martinez, Jose De; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada Disclosed

Thailand economic monitor (English)

The Thai economy has been recovering slowly from the global financial crisis compared to countries like Malaysia and China. Growth in 2013 is projected to be 3 percent with slower than expected performance in all components of gross domestic product (GDP) - consumption, investment, next exports, and government spending. ... See More +

Economic Updates and Modeling 84861 FEB 11, 2014

Bhaopichitr, Kirida; Thitisakmongkol, Chalunthorn; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada; Mohib, Shabih Disclosed

Lao PDR economic monitor : managing risks for macroeconomic stability (English)

The sector focus for this issue concerns school based management, current conditions and recommendations for the future. Lao People's Democratic Republic 's (PDR's) education system faces challenges in meeting its goals of providing all students with access to education and improving learning outcomes. ... See More +

Economic Updates and Modeling 84807 JAN 01, 2014

Verghis, Mathew; D'Hoore, Alain W.; Record, Richard; Phimmahasay, Keomanivone; Davading, Somneuk; Vongviengkham, Saysanith; April, Leah; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada; Nghardsaysone, Konesawang; Santibanez, Lucrecia; Regel, Omporn Laotian Disclosed

Lao PDR economic monitor : managing risks for macroeconomic stability (Laotian)

The sector focus for this issue concerns school based management, current conditions and recommendations for the future. Lao People's Democratic Republic 's (PDR's) education system faces challenges in meeting its goals of providing all students with access to education and improving learning outcomes. ... See More +

Economic Updates and Modeling 84807 JAN 01, 2014

Verghis, Mathew; D'Hoore, Alain W.; Record, Richard; Phimmahasay, Keomanivone; Davading, Somneuk; Vongviengkham, Saysanith; April, Leah; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada; Nghardsaysone, Konesawang; Santibanez, Lucrecia; Regel, Omporn English Disclosed

Lao PDR economic monitor : sustaining growth - maintaining macroeconomic stability (English)

The Lao economy is projected to grow at 8 percent in 2013. The hydropower sector (both completed projects in operation and projects in the construction or development phase), construction, food processing, and services sectors remain the major contributors to this growth. ... See More +

Economic Updates and Modeling 79158 JUN 01, 2013

Phimmahasay, Keomanivone; Davading, Somneuk; Vongviengkham, Saysanith; Nguyen, Van Minh; April, Leah; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada; Nghardsaysone, Konesawang; Record, Richard; Larsen, Morten; Tandon, Ajay; Rodriguez, U-Primo E.; Hutton, Guy Laotian Disclosed

Lao PDR economic monitor : sustaining growth - maintaining macroeconomic stability (Laotian)

The Lao economy is projected to grow at 8 percent in 2013. The hydropower sector (both completed projects in operation and projects in the construction or development phase), construction, food processing, and services sectors remain the major contributors to this growth. ... See More +

Economic Updates and Modeling 79158 JUN 01, 2013

Phimmahasay, Keomanivone; Davading, Somneuk; Vongviengkham, Saysanith; Nguyen, Van Minh; April, Leah; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada; Nghardsaysone, Konesawang; Record, Richard; Larsen, Morten; Tandon, Ajay; Rodriguez, U-Primo E.; Hutton, Guy English Disclosed

Thailand economic monitor : June 2010 (English)

The Thai economy runs on a single engine: external demand. The economic roller coaster since the onset of the global financial crisis can be overwhelmingly attributed to fluctuations in the output of three sectors most sensitive to external demand: manufacturing, logistics (transportation and storage), and tourism (hotels and restaurants). ... See More +

Working Paper 56863 JUN 01, 2010

Gil Sander, Frederico; Sirimaneetham, Vatcharin; Triratanasirikul, Nattaporn; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada Thai Disclosed

Thailand economic monitor : June 2010 (Thai)

The Thai economy runs on a single engine: external demand. The economic roller coaster since the onset of the global financial crisis can be overwhelmingly attributed to fluctuations in the output of three sectors most sensitive to external demand: manufacturing, logistics (transportation and storage), and tourism (hotels and restaurants). ... See More +

Working Paper 56863 JUN 01, 2010

Gil Sander, Frederico; Sirimaneetham, Vatcharin; Triratanasirikul, Nattaporn; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada English Disclosed

Thailand economic monitor : April - June 2009 (English)

A solid financial armor could not protect Thailand against the impact of the global financial crisis on its real economy. Despite a sound banking system and low external vulnerabilities, the Thai economy contracted 5.7 percent between October 2008 and March 2009, as the magnitude and speed of the contraction in foreign demand, and resulting shock to the real economy, has been greater than anticipated. ... See More +

Working Paper 56862 JUN 01, 2009

Gil Sander, Frederico; Bhaopichitr, Kirida; Sirimaneetham, Vatcharin; Triratanasirikul, Nattaporn; Anantavrasilpa, Ratchada Disclosed