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18th May 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

Thailand’s Q1 GDP surprised to the upside, with year-over-year growth rising to 2.2%, from 1.8%.

We expect a more pronounced acceleration in Q2, solely on the back of the comeback in tourism...

...The recovery, overall, will be more fragile going forward, as external and domestic demand ebbs.

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