Bloomberg, a leading financial news and data service, recently published a story about the upcoming Thai elections and the possible impacts that it could have on foreign investors. The article examines the factors that led companies such as Ford Motor and Dow Chemical to make major investments in Thailand, with a particular emphasis on their resilience in continuing to do business in the Kingdom despite the politically sensitive environment.
In discussing the likely impact of the forthcoming July elections, the article quotes David Lyman, Chairman & Chief Values Officer of Tilleke & Gibbins, as saying, “All the governments since absolute monarchy ended in 1932 have been pro-business. In spite of its inept governments and its continued chaotic political situation, Thailand always survives.”
To read the article, please click on the link below.