Thailand's Economic Recovery
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Jun 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 111 pages
Thailand is a society in political, economic and social transition. Change is happening to varying degrees -- at the national level and at the regional level where there are contrasting issues. Changes are positive, some are negative. This book looks at the various aspects of change as it impacts on business and the lives of the people.
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