THE ART AND CRAFT OF GUIDING THE CENTRAL BANK
Prasarn Trairatvorakul, recently retired governor of the Bank of Thailand, reminisces on a meaningful career.
A panel of analysts discusses the economic impacts of military rule
Emerging from decades of military rule, Thailand's neighbour and AEC partner is an economic and legislative Wild West but a potentially lucrative, dynamic market
Thailand's closer ties with China are a strategic rebalancing act rather than an indication the military junta is here to stay, or that the US alliance is no longer welcome, say political experts
New international soft-power policies are an example of Beijing's adaptation to domestic industrialization and slowing growth, potentially leading to closer financial and diplomatic ties with the AEC and greater reciprocal investment