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16 nov 2015
Robust growth rates persist, but lower exports hurt the manufacturing sector.
Asesoría sobre oportunidades comerciales incluyendo los documentos: práctica de exportación, sesiones informativas de crédito-a-efectivo y mapa de riesgo de Atradius.
Los pronósticos de la industria de Atradius dan acceso a las tendencias y previsiones en las industrias clave del país.
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13 mar 2018
Business insolvencies in China are expected to increase further this year in 2018, as companies face tighter credit conditions and the economic rebalancing process is on-going.
The economic growth outlook for 2018 remains robust, but a rather weak banking sector and high foreign indebtedness of domestic firms remain concerns.
The economic outlook remains positive with expected GDP growth rates of more than 5% in 2017 and 2018, and vulnerability to external shocks has declined.
Growth has picked up again in 2017, and the positive trend is expected to continue in 2018, with both domestic demand and exports set to grow further.
The economy shows high growth rates of more than 5% p.a., but high household debt could become an issue should interest rates increase substantially.
GDP growth is expected to remain at above 6% in 2018, but controversial economic policies could hamper business sentiment and foreign investment.
In 2018 the economic performance will be impacted by weaker demand from China and lower domestic demand due to weaker residential construction activity.
The high level of household debt remains a downside risk for the economy, together with a tougher competition from China in a range of industries.
Growing competition from mainland China in the electronics sector require productivity increases and a diversification of the economy in the long-term.
The Thai economy is forecast to grow by 3.8% in 2018, supported by public investments in infrastructure, rising household consumption and exports.