Thai central bank considers interest rates cut


Thailand's economic growth has been hurt by a weak demand for its exports from key markets such as the US and Europe.

The South East Asian economy has been trying to boost domestic consumption in an attempt to offset the decline in exports and sustain growth.

Last month, in a surprise move, Thailand's central bank cut its interest rates as it sought to boost domestic demand.

Ahead of the bank's latest meeting on Wednesday, Jonah Fisher takes a look at the health of the Thai economy.

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