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Slow growth not reflective of Thai economic potential, says BOT official


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10 hours ago, Bruntoid said:

Why ? Huge cash reserves are what drives a currency and right now Thailand has more dollars in reserve than the U.K. or Germany so called major powers - with only the big players above it - US, Saudi etc. 
 

 

And here it is again look, look Thailand great better than Great Britain, Germany etc we same as Saudi and USA.... OMG.... Let's get a few things straight Thailand is a 3rd world country and gets billions in handouts from the developed world every year. Thailand household dept and country's dept is massive. Who are you borrowing off to make the imaginary high-speed railway? The money is being borrowed but I do not see much progress in fact shouldn't it be almost finished. Things in Thailand can happen overnight. 

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36 minutes ago, kevin612 said:

I wish there is a second Tom yum gong crisis like 1997, the baht dropped nearly 1usd to 60 .

If it had a catastrophic effect on ordinary Thais would that bother you? I don't mean to direct that question to you alone, kevin612. I am interested to know what others would think; I think I might feel conflicted.

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2 hours ago, champers said:

If it had a catastrophic effect on ordinary Thais would that bother you? I don't mean to direct that question to you alone, kevin612. I am interested to know what others would think; I think I might feel conflicted.

Would not bother me.

And it should not bother any farang.

Thais don't care about what happens to farang, so why would we care about what happens to Thailand?

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