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Thailand International Reserves (months of imports)

The economy lost considerable steam in Q4 2022. The slowdown reflected deteriorations in private and public consumption, fixed investment and exports. Specifically, a significant decline in spending on durable goods, a deceleration in private investment growth, a notable post-Covid-19 contraction in medical spending and falling foreign sales of petro-chemical products and vehicle parts weighed on the economy. Moving into the current quarter, data for January points to improving economic conditions: Business and consumer sentiment strengthened—with the latter reaching a 26-month high—the manufacturing PMI moved further into expansionary terrain, and inflation declined again. Moreover, the reopening of the Chinese economy is likely supporting activity via tourism and trade. Meanwhile, in early February, Thailand and Malaysia announced stronger infrastructure, trade and investment cooperation.

Thailand International Reserves (months of imports) Data

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
International Reserves (months of imports) 12.1 10.8 12.5 16.6 12.4

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