From 1987-95, Thailand enjoyed economic growth rates that ranked among the best in the world, at no less than 8% for any year during the time and peaking at 13% in 1988.
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Then came the 1997 economic crisis. Since then, average growth has slowed significantly, with blame attributed variously to political unrest, natural disasters and global economic volatility.
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