Thailand decides whether to raise interest rates

In Thailand, the Bank of Thailand, the country's central bank, decides on Wednesday whether to raise interest rates, currently 3%.

The country faces a number of challenges including the ongoing debt crisis in Europe, China's slower economic growth and high oil prices which increase inflation risks.

Ramya Suryanarayanan, an economist covering Thailand at DBS Bank in Singapore, explains the risks facing the Thai economy.

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