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Thailand Coup D'etat : Economic Impact

Describe the Thailand coup d'etat effects on:

- The General Economy
- GDP and Other Indicators
- Tourisms Sector
- Export and Import Sector
- Currency
- Infrastructure Projects
- Foreign Investments
- Economic Policies

Please include references.

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The Thailand coup d'etat of 2006 and 2014 has several effects on the general economy of Thailand. The first impact is observed on stock price. Next credit rating agencies downgraded the sovereign credit ratings for Thailand. The long term changes in economic policy lead to a focus on economic self-sufficiency and protectionism (1). Since the Thailand" Coup d'etat of 2014, the economists expect the GDP of Thailand to stagnate. The spending has declined, investment has slowed down, and trade has reduced. There is a negative effect of the Thailand" Coup d'etat on the economy.

There is likely to be a negative effect on the GDP and income of people. The incomes are likely to decline by 7% during the years 2014 to 2016.The Bank of Thailand private consumption index has declined. Also there is high household debt and individual incomes are low. Consumer durables purchases and housing purchases are being deferred. Large increases in money supply have ...

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The answer to this problem explains the economic effect of Thailand Coup d'etat in 2006 and 2014 . The references related to the answer are also included.

The General Economy
- GDP and Other Indicators
- Tourisms Sector
- Export and Import Sector
- Currency
- Infrastructure Projects
- Foreign Investments
- Economic Policies

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