As Thailand reopens, signs of economic recovery are visible

The tourism industry is showing initial signs of recovery, but Thailand’s small businesses and households are still struggling to survive as uncertainty about COVID-19 gnaws at the local and global…

Read More
City of Pataya during the lockdown in September 2021. (Photo by Thai PBS)

Human resources and inequality, main issues needing serious attention

Thailand needs to develop its human resources, improve the quality of its education, and get serious about addressing the inequality gap, says economist, Dr. Somjai Phagaphasvivat. He said that dealing…

Read More
(Photo by Tim Mossholder)

Thailand’s economy staring at recession at year-end

The Thai economy rebounded in the second quarter, growing by 7.5 percent year on year, after a 12.1 percent contraction during April-June last year. The high economic growth in the second…

Read More
Photo created by lifeforstock – www.freepik.com

Thailand’s household debt in Q1 at 90.5% of GDP and increasing – BoT

Thailand’s household debt, for the first quarter of this year, soared to 14.1 trillion baht, accounting for 90.5% of gross domestic product (GDP), and is increasing due to a fall…

Read More
Photo by PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL / AFP

Thailand’s household debt in Q1 2021 is highest in 18 years – Kasikorn Research

Thailand’s household debt in the first quarter of 2021 increased to 14.13 trillion baht, representing 90.5% of gross domestic product (GDP), compared to 89.4% of GDP for the fourth quarter…

Read More

NESDB says retiree needs 2.8 – 4 million baht savings to survive for the rest of life

People in Thailand need retirement savings of between 2.8 and 4 million baht to survive for the rest of their lives, according to the National Economic and Social Development Board…

Read More
Thai workers look at job advertisements displayed at the Labour Ministry in Bangkok.(Photo by PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL / AFP)

Household debt in Thailand highest in 12 years

COVID-19 can be blamed for pushing Thai household debt to its highest level in 12 years, around 480,000 baht per household, said The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce…

Read More

Page 1 of 1

Login

Welcome! Login in to your account

Remember me Lost your password?

Lost Password