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Thailand is one of the great development success stories. Due to smart economic policies it has become an upper middle income economy and is making progress towards meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.
Adopting a more circular economy approach can help promote growth that is more sustainable and more resilient to external shocks.
The World Bank has appointed Fabrizio Zarcone, an Italian national, as its new Country Manager for Thailand, effective July 1.
The economy showed better-than-expected signs of improvement in the second quarter of 2022 due to stronger domestic demand.
Thailand became an upper-middle income economy in 2011. Over the last four decades, Thailand has made remarkable progress in social and economic development, moving from a low-income country to an upper-income country in less than a generation.
The project provided psychosocial and livelihoods support to people who were affected by security-related laws in Southern Thailand
Country Director for Brunei, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand
Country Manager for Thailand
Senior Country Economist for Thailand
The survey provides real-time, ground-level picture of the COVID-19 effects on employment and income, education, and more.
Despite ongoing efforts in Thailand, plastic waste leaking into the marine environment remains a significant problem.
Throughout seven decades, the World Bank and partners have worked towards improving social and economic development in Thailand.
New World Bank Group partnership framework will support Thailand's transformation towards an innovative, inclusive and sustainable economy.
The World Bank’s Partnership for Market Readiness supported Thailand to effectively reduce the country’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The World Bank will work with ASEAN to strengthen policies governing the production and use of plastics in Southeast Asia.