Emerging Asia Economics

Emerging Asia Economics Weekly

5 August, 2016

Referendum won’t solve Thailand’s problems

Thailand’s upcoming referendum on a new constitution is unlikely to provide a lasting solution to the country’s political problems, and there is a real risk that tensions could once again flare up. The economy, which has been hit hard by the political uncertainty, is unlikely to stage a decent recovery anytime soon.


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