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Political situation weighs on Thailand's growth: Moody's
Visa Thailand fears that spending via its credit and debit cards this year might expand by only 10 per cent year on year compared with the 15-per-cent growth posted last year, mainly because of a lower number of inbound tourists. Political polarisation pressures Thailand's competitiveness: Moody's
Singapore - Deep political polarisation in Thailand since 2006 is adding to structural challenges to the country's competitiveness, said Moody's Investors Service. Moody's: Asean banks face high household leverage as credit cycle peaks
ASEAN bank asset-quality risk from residential property price corrections is mitigated by legal frameworks that support bank creditors Credit outlook in Asia Pacific stable, says Moody's
KUALA LUMPUR: The credit outlook in Asia Pacific is stable although regional economic growth is constrained by the slowdown in China's expansion, rising interest rates, and lacklustre growth in advanced countries. Photo Release: Citibank presented donation to three charitable foundations, as part of Sharing Everyday Happiness ...
Citibank Thailand led by N.Rajashekaran (far right), Consumer Business Manager together with Natee Srirussamee (far left), Director - Credit Payment Products (CPP) Head; and Amporn Chotrachasakul (2nd left), Managing Director of Citi’s Operations and Technology Department; recently handed over the donations of Bt803,490 from its “Sharing Everyday Happiness” ” campaign to the representatives of ... Polarisation hurts Thailand's competitiveness
Deep political polarisation in Thailand since 2006 is adding to structural challenges to the country's competitiveness, and that reform delays could eventually negatively affect the sovereign's credit profile, which has largely remained immune to the country's political disturbances, said Moody's Investors Service. Banks’ consumer loan exposure grew in Q1
Transactions involving cars and houses drove growth in consumer loans in the first quarter of the year, offsetting a slowdown in credit card lending by banks, the regulator reported this week. Japanese credit-card firm JCB International eyes GMS expansion from Thai base
Japan-based credit-card provider JCB International has set its sights on expanding its business in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) by seeking more financial-institution partners and offering proactive marketing as a key strategy to drive the card base. Photo Release : Outstanding Workplace Award
Mr. Jirote Na Nakorn (4th from left), Managing Director of SGS (Thailand) Ltd., along with company executives, recently represented the company in receiving the “Outstanding Award for Safety, Occupational Health, and Workplace Environment...