September 20, 2013
April 27, 2012
September 17, 2010
May 18, 2009
May 21, 2008
Article IV Staff Reports
Financial Sector Assessment Program
Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2013)
Please refer to more recent PIN/Staff reports on this country for possible revisions.
Thailand: Financial Position in the Fund
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|Thailand and the IMF|
Updated November 11, 2013
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on September 20, 2013. Listed below are items related to Thailand, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|August 25, 2000 -- Factors Driving Global Economic Integration -- by Michael Mussa, Economic Counselor and Director of Research, IMF|
Presented in Jackson Hole, Wyoming at a symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City on Global Opportunities and Challenges
|August 07, 2000 -- Transcript of a Question and Answer Session Following an Address by Horst Köhler on The IMF in a Changing World|
Includes about 30 minutes of questions and answers.
|July 25, 2000 -- News Brief: IMF Executive Board Discusses Recent Economic Developments in Thailand|
|June 23, 2000 -- Recovery from the Asian Crisis and the Role of the IMF -- An IMF Issues Brief|
This brief updates a paper entitled The IMF's Response to the Asian Crisis that was issued in January 1999.
|May 23, 2000 -- News Brief: IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler to Visit China, India, Indonesia, Korea and Thailand|
|May 08, 2000 -- News Brief: IMF Completes Final Review of Thai Program|
|March 03, 2000 -- Thailand: Selected Issues|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/21
|March 01, 2000 -- Misalignment and Managed Exchange Rates - An Application to the Thai Baht|
Author/Editor: Lim, G. C.
Series: Working Paper No. 00/63
|February 28, 2000 -- Thailand: Statistical Appendix|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/20
|February 13, 2000 -- Development and Poverty Reduction: a Multilateral Approach -- Address by Michel Camdessus|
Given at the Tenth United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Bangkok, Thailand
|February 10, 2000 -- Public Information Notice: IMF Concludes Article IV Consultation with Thailand|
Public Information Notices (PINs) form part of the IMF's efforts to promote transparency of the IMF's views and analysis of economic developments and policies.
|February 01, 2000 -- Currency Crisis and Contagion - Evidence from Exchange Rates and Sectoral Stock Indices of the Philippines and Thailand|
Author/Editor: Nagayasu, Jun
Series: Working Paper No. 00/39
|November 27, 1999 -- From the Crises of the 1990s to the New Millennium -- Remarks by Michel Camdessus|
Given to the International Graduate School of Management (IESE) Palacio de Congresos, Madrid, Spain.
|October 18, 1999 -- The Road to a Sustainable Recovery in Asia -- Address by Stanley Fischer|
Remarks prepared for delivery at a meeting of the World Economic Forum in Singapore, October 18 1999
|October 05, 1999 -- News Brief: IMF Executive Board Completes Thai Review|
|October 01, 1999 -- Sources of Contagion: Finance or Trade?|
Author/Editor: van Rijckeghem, Caroline | Weder, Beatrice
Series: Working Paper No. 99/146
|October 01, 1999 -- Monitoring Banking Sector Fragility - A Multivariate Logit Approach|
Author/Editor: Demirgüç-Kunt, Asli | Detragiache, Enrica
Series: Working Paper No. 99/147
|September 29, 1999 -- Statement by the Hon. Chatu Mongol Sonakul, Governor of the IMF for Thailand, at the Joint Annual Discussion|
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|September 28, 1999 -- Address by Michel Camdessus Chairman of the Executive Board and Managing Director of the IMF to the Board of Governors of the Fund|
|September 25, 1999 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on the Report on Financial Sector Crisis and Restructuring: Lessons from Asia|
The conclusions that are described in this paper are preliminary, because this is not over yet. So this is what we have learned so far, but over time there are more lessons to come.