Businesses must steel themselves for greater exchange-rate volatility, says Bank of Thailand governor Tarisa Watanagase. Local businesses need to prepare for further appreciation of the baht and volatility in exchange rates, she said. But the central bank will ease regulations to facilitate capital outflows and support the development of instruments to help companies hedge currency risks.
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