The Thai Economy
Routledge, 3 déc. 1998 - 336 pages
The Thai Economy examines the origins and consequences of the Thai economy's accelerated growth since the mid-1980s. The authors place a particular emphasis on the historical development and contemporary economic structure that tends to set Thailand apart from other developing countries.
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Phra Phutthayotfa 17821809
Phra Phutthaloetla 18091824
Prajadhipok 19251935 abdicated Rama 8 Ananda Mahidol 19351946
Bhumipol Adulyadet 1946
End of the absolute monarchy government of Manopakorn Nitithada
First government of Prem Tinsulanonda
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