Thailand is expected to return to a balanced budget position by 2015, said Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanij. He said the 1.5-trillion-baht infrastructure investment programme, known formally as “Thailand: Investing from Strength to Strength”, was aimed at accelerating recovery, which would raise tax revenues and state enterprise profits, improving the country’s finances. (Bangkok Post)
Korn: Balanced budget likely by 2015
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