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Thailand economic monitor (Inglês)

Thailand's recovery has gone from strength to strength and has become increasingly more broad-based. Private consumption remains the dominant driver of this growth, but its contribution has been falling as private investment and net exports have increased their contribution. This year, the economy is projected to grow even faster with public investment as a new driver of growth, as such investment grows after six years of continuing decline. The challenge of converting this strong recovery into sustained high growth, however, remains the challenge of expanding capacity and raising productivity. With capacity-utilization approaching pre-crisis levels, emerging pressures on interest rates to rise and for real exchange rate depreciation to moderate, the economy's dependence on sustained structural reforms for ensuring high growth will increase.

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  • Data do documento

    2004/04/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    30055

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Tailândia,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Thailand economic monitor

  • Palavras-chave

    vegetable and fruit;private investment;farm income;cross country comparison;export growth;private consumption;spatial concentration of poverty;housing for the poor;real exchange rate depreciation;tourism authority;elasticity of export;private consumption growth;electrical machinery;poultry export;capacity utilization rate;current account surplus;export product;export of poultry;machinery and equipment;national poverty line;direct government spending;high poverty incidence;tourism receipts;bank of japan;interest rate hike;early retirement program;export growth rate;economic growth strategy;consumption of poultry;effective service delivery;public investment program;difference in poverty;securities exchange;chamber of commerce;balance of payment;incidence of poverty;Climate for investment;fats and oil;provincial poverty incidence;Foreign Exchange Reserve;value of imports;foreign direct investment;private private;agricultural export value;provision of pension;adoption of policy;real gdp;tourist arrival;export price;Financial Sector;export market;tariff line;export earning;export earnings;crop price;personal debt;commercial bank;supplementary budget;world trade;mineral fuel;net export;export sector;natural rubber;import tariff;export performance;high share;tire industry;simple average;agricultural land;manufacturing sector;fiscal risk;minimal impact;manufactured export;resource base;external vulnerability;relative price;export volume;trade surplus;household consumption;fiscal policy;Fiscal policies;capacity expansion;Enterprise statistics;consumer loan;farm production;capital expenditure;manufactured products;business sector;summary statistic;transport equipment;tariff rate;world economy;agriculture product;corporate sector;telecommunication service;consumer confidence;global inflation;legal framework;productivity growth;oil price;gross flows;import volume;organic chemical;dollar term;edible vegetable;trade deficit;export competitiveness;trade volume;harvest program;net exporter;applied tariff;agricultural produce;fruit exports;consumer price;macroeconomic adjustment;village committee;affected poultry;poultry import;state bank;short-term debt;capital good;inadequate capacity;increased demand;Bank Credit;agricultural price;credit growth;precious stone;high rise;price growth;global economy;rice production;data availability;price rise;low-income earner;electrical appliance;agricultural production;farm price;real consumption;crop production;high-tech product;cluster level;additional revenue;import cost;regional market;security company;business service;cluster development;export structure;traditional products;securities companies;negative growth;positive growth;communications equipment;increase productivity;comparative advantage;corporate governance;headcount poverty;infrastructure service;high tariff;bond market;fiscal balance;fiscal deficit;improving competitiveness;export channel;rising trend;eradicating poverty;world market;public resource;domestic funding;poverty eradication;outstanding loan;cabinet approval;weighted tariff;regional incidence;high concentration;national meeting;financial contract;industrial product;health standards;motorcycle industry;financial accounting;import protection;reform strategy;current expenditure;reduced tariffs;poverty-reduction strategy;regional poverty;industry survey;fiscal space;Public Spending;foreign investor;foreign reserve;import growth;finished goods;raw material;

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