Thailand’s growing trade deficit: The quiet liquidity killer

Thailand’s growing trade deficit: The quiet liquidity killer – Bangkok Post, August 3, 2012
…Almost every indicator points to the gloomy outlook for Thai exports persisting. The signs include slowdowns in major trade partners’ economies–in China, the US, Japan and debt-incapacitated Europe–to contractions of similar export-oriented economies in Asia such as Taiwan and Singapore. It would be difficult to imagine that Thailand alone could be more resilient in escaping the global slowdown…

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