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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

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

The World Bank economic review 23 (3) (English)

This issue includes the following: gender, poverty and demography: an overview, by Mayra Buvinic, Monica Das Gupta, and Ursula Casabonne; Development, modernization, and childbearing: the role of family sex composition, by Deon Filmer, Jed Friedman, and Norbert Schady; the consequences of the apos;missing girlsapos; of China, by Avraham Y. ... See More +

Publication 62999 NOV 01, 2009

Buvinic, Mayra; Das Gupta, Monica; Casabonne, Ursula; Filmer, Deon; Friedman, Jed; Schady, Norbert; Ebenstein, Avraham Y.; Sharygin, Ethan Jennings; Schultz, T. Paul; Sirimaneetham, Vatcharin; Temple, Jonathan R.W.; Lokshin, Michael; Glinskaya, Elena; Gasmi, Farid; Um, Paul Noumba; Virto, Laura Recuero

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

Thailand economic monitor (December 2008) (English)

The Thai economy remained resilient through the first three quarters of this year, amidst the sharp rise in food and fuel prices. In the first three quarters of the year, real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expanded by 5.1 percent year-on-year, compared to 4.6 percent in the same period of 2007. ... See More +

Working Paper 46197 DEC 01, 2008

Bhaopichitr, Kirida; Gil Sander, Frederico; Sirimaneetham, Vatcharin

Thailand economic monitor (November 2007) (English)

This paper commences with an overview, observing that Thailandapos;s Real GDP is expected to grow by 4.3 percent this year, down from 5 percent in 2006, before rising to 4.6 percent in 2008. ... See More +

General Economy, Macroeconomics and Growth Study 41851 NOV 01, 2007

Bhaopichitr, Kirida; Thongjen, Cheanchom; Sirimaneetham, Vatcharin; Luangpenthong, Angkanee; Thongampai, Ruangrong

Thailand economic monitor (November 2007) (Thai)

This paper commences with an overview, observing that Thailandapos;s Real GDP is expected to grow by 4.3 percent this year, down from 5 percent in 2006, before rising to 4.6 percent in 2008. ... See More +

General Economy, Macroeconomics and Growth Study 41851 NOV 01, 2007

Bhaopichitr, Kirida; Thongjen, Cheanchom; Sirimaneetham, Vatcharin; Luangpenthong, Angkanee; Thongampai, Ruangrong English