Moody’s Investors Service says that against the background of China’s rising tensions with the US, China is increasingly looking to countries that participate in its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as an important source of export demand as well as…
What are the implications of a US-China for Thailand? Will the economy be hit by global market disruption? Or could it gain from diversion of trade and supply chains?
Just for the four first month of this year, 3,445,501 Chinese tourists visited Thailand, a 27% jump compared to last year, making the target of 10 millions most likely to be attained for 2016.
For seven years in a row, the Asian Financial Forum takes place in Hong Kong, but this year several speakers voiced their concern about the current global economic situation.