Thailand’s macroeconomic policy at a ‘turning point’ – Santiprabhob

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Veerathai Santiprabhob
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Thailand’s macroeconomic policy needs to evolve as the country moves from its recovery phase to an expansionary one, the governor of the country’s central bank said.

“After five years of sub-par growth rates, Thailand has managed to restore economic growth to its potential,” Veerathai Santiprabhob said on August 29.

In the past, Thailand’s macroeconomic policy has acted as a stimulative tool; it will now have to transition to support an economy looking to grow on a “sustainable basis”, the

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