Thailand in 2004

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Case Code : ECOA135
Case Length : 17 Pages
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Pub Date : 2005
Teaching Note :Not Available
Countries : Thailand
Industry : -

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Exhibit 1: Thailand
Exhibit 2: Thailand: The Economy at a Glance
Exhibit 3: Thailand's GDP, % Change on a Year Earlier
Exhibit 4: Comparative GDP, % increase on a Year Earlier
Exhibit 5: Economic Indicators
Exhibit 6: Comparative Economic Indicators, 2002
Exhibit 7: Regional Indicators
Exhibit 8: Thais Re-elect Thaksin
Exhibit 9: Thailand's Stock Market

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