Влияние пандемии COVID-19 на экономику Таиланда

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DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2022-66-8-52-60
С. Головин, golovinsn@hotmail.com
МИД России, РФ, 119200 Москва, Смоленская-Сенная пл. 32/34.
 

Статья поступила 10.02.2022. После доработки 22.04.2022. Принята к печати 01.06.2022.

Аннотация

Пандемия COVID-19 затронула Таиланд сильнее, чем соседей по региону. После спада в 2020 г. правительству удалось провести массовую вакцинацию, развернуть меры поддержки бизнеса и населения, добиться роста ВВП. Однако Королевство ожидает долгое и неравномерное восстановление. Динамика туристического сектора и экспорта будет зависеть от эпидемической обстановки в мире и стабильности глобальных цепочек поставок. Увеличившаяся задолженность домохозяйств может снизить потребительский спрос в 2022 г., а рост госдолга – оказать негативное влияние на долгосрочную финансовую устойчивость.


Ключевые слова

Таиланд, пандемия COVID-19, экономический рост, туризм, экспорт, долги домохозяйств, госдолг


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Головин С. Влияние пандемии COVID-19 на экономику Таиланда. Мировая экономика и международные отношения, 2022, т. 66, № 8, сс. 52-60. https://doi.org/10.20542/0131-2227-2022-66-8-52-60



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