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» Anyone who has taken Economics 101 will be familiar with the equation Y=C+I+G+X-M. Simply put, gross domestic product (Y) is a combination of consumption plus investment, government spending and exports, minus imports.
» Given its ambition to be the Detroit of Asia, Thailand has long sought to assert its comparative advantage in the regional automotive industry. The first-car buyer programme in 2012-13 was one example of a major catalyst that induced a heady state of exuberance, albeit temporary, in the industry. Lured by tax rebates of up to 100,000 baht, about 1.25 million people signed up. Car sales reached a record 1.44 million units in 2013, compared with average yearly sales of around 800,000.
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