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Krung Thai Bank: From government to private deposits
Date: Feb 02, 2016   |   Author: Research | Research Note
State enterprises form one of the largest customer segments of Krung Thai Bank. But this does not confine the bank, as it enters the nongovernment retail deposit market driven by a mix of competitive pricing and products, process innovation, and a strong branch network.
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As China slows down, where would its next round of growth come from?
Date: Jan 22, 2016   |   Author: Research | News Analysis
China attributes its slowest growth in a quarter century to uncertainties in the international economic environment, and to weak real estate investment and poor imports and exports at home. Should it export its way back to growth, or take a different tack?
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Interview: “Establishing a business with FDI is what we want to grow”
Date: Jan 21, 2016   |   Author: Cherry Lynn T. Zafaralla | Interviews
As the Philippines becomes an attractive foreign direct investment destination, the country is readying for high-value-added manufacturing. Metrobank president Fabian Dee says the bank intends to support this direction while sticking to its core DNA, which is growing the business of the middle market, the entrepreneurs.
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Strengthening RMB markets with sophisticated products
Date: Jan 13, 2016   |   Author: Sam Ahmed | Research Note
Efforts to create access to onshore capital markets will prove fruitless without strong product offerings
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RMB: The road gets steeper
Date: Jan 06, 2016   |   Author: Sam Ahmed | Research Note
It is clear that China’s goal of becoming the world’s largest economy by 2020 and the internationalisation of the RMB are two initiatives that are symbiotic in nature. With the recent IMF decision to include the currency in the SDR currency basket, what does the future hold for the RMB?





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