Thailand: Fiscal Stimulus Forthcoming

October 2006
Emerging Markets Monitor;10/30/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 28, p10
Country Report
Country Report
The article reports on the draft budget of Thailand. Fears of political uncertainty continue in Thailand as the new fiscal year opens without a government budget. The cabinet has prepared a draft budget that boosts spending to compensate for slow private consumption and investment. Officials promised to begin disbursements by January 2007, three months after the start of the new fiscal year.


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