Intricate Issues behind Public Debt Management

Pakorn Vichyanond
March 2013
TDRI Quarterly Review;Mar2013, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The article focuses on issues related to public debt management. It notes that the importance and widespread repercussions of public debt management is demonstrated by economic stresses and strains experienced by many industrial countries. It details the regulations in Thailand controlling public debts. It also discusses fiscal sustainability as a crucial issue in managing public debt.


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