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BANGKOK 19 January 2019 19:03

how241

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  1. The OP has around 5 million baht so he can easily be covered . After 2020, he should spread his money around 4-5 of the major banks and he will still be totally covered. Thai banks are very well capitalized and they don't easily give out risky loans. That's what could the USA problems . http://www.dpa.or.th/ewt_news.php?nid=320&filename=index___EN
  2. Yes, true. I see nothing bad about holding Thai baht. The exchange rate is always a gamble. http://www.dpa.or.th/ewt_news.php?nid=320&filename=index___EN
  3. Yes, true. I see nothing bad about holding Thai baht. The exchange rate is always a gamble.
  4. Thai banks are safe and offer deposit insurance. Spread the money around into the major banks, Kasikorn, SCB, Krungsri, Bangkok Bank, etc. If you change into Thai Baht you need to think about the exchange rate risk. it can go good or bad for you. Some offer 'dollar' accounts if you want to stay in US dollars.
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