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?
China, world’s second-largest economy stands tall with US$ 25.3 trillion and is up by 9% from 2017 followed by India at 10.38 trillion which is up by 9.8% showing growth over the preceding year.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has become a major driver of economic development in this part of the world according to BOI
Bangkok also ranks 3rd in terms of the volume of Chinese corporate leasing activity over the last three years, according to a new report from real estate consulting firm JLL.
Historically, China has always adopted a stringent and robust approach to managing online access. It was one of the first (and the few) nations to censure the Wikipedia website, for example, with the Chinese version of the site blocked entirely…
Security officials in three coastal provinces along the Andaman Sea well known as tourist attractions have been put on alert for potential violent incidents by southern militants.
So far China has not experienced a major financial crisis, despite the many risks and inefficiencies in its financial markets.
On 23 January 2017, President Donald Trump took an executive action to formally withdraw the US (Aaa stable) from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact. Since the US held effective veto power over the agreement due to the size…
A Thai trade delegation led by Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak is now on a road-show in China and will be signing an agreement with Alibaba Group to setup an E-Commerce network for the country.