Kip Will Ride The Baht Towards 8,000 By 2009
- LAOS. // Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Oct2002, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p8
Reports developments on political and economic issues in Laos as of October 2002. Increase in the anti-government activity in the country; Expansion of the economy of the country; Problems in the approval of foreign-investment application in the country.
- Foreign Bond Attractive. // Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Jul2010, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p7
The article presents an outlook on the economic conditions in Laos from 2010 and beyond, with details on the implications of the fiscal and monetary policy on the country's macroeconomic stability and foreign bond investments.
- The economics of latent demand in Laos. // Laos Economic Studies;2000, p15
Provides an overview of the economic fundamentals within Laos that can be used by the business community to determine the country's strategic market and investment potential. Key industries and relevant factors affecting the economy; Sources of latent demand; A comparison of its key economic...
- LAOS: Signs of Unrest. Lintner, Bertil // Southeast Asian Affairs;2001, p177
Focuses on the political, economic and social unrest in Laos. Effects of financial crisis on the country economy; Inflation of currency in Laos market; Displacement of foreign investments; Shortage of capital in the government.
- LAOS. Lintner, Bertil // Southeast Asian Affairs;2003, p135
Focuses on the factors affecting the economic conditions in Laos. Concerns over the dependence of the country on foreign aids; Number of foreign investments; Impact of economic downturn in the labor market.
- Economic Overview. // Laos Country Review;2012, p59
The article provides an overview of the economic performance of Laos as of 2012 including the country's constrained economic development, foreign direct investment (FDI), and gross domestic product (GDP) growth.
- LAK: Riding The Baht Towards 8,000 By 2009. // Emerging Markets Monitor;3/10/2008, Vol. 13 Issue 46, p8
The article forecasts further appreciation of the Lao kip, tracking the rapid gains of the Thai baht, which is believed to be one of the best performers in Asia in 2008. However, it mentions the need for kip to develop a momentum of its own, as Laos boosts its exports and attracts further...
- PEN: Strength, But Risks Ahead. // Emerging Markets Monitor;9/24/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 24, p16
The article reports that the Peruvian sol, recouping losses from the August 2007 sell-off and appreciating to PEN3.1180/U.S.$, has strengthened considerably over the last few days. The strong rebound, in addition to booming exports and investment inflows, has been helped by a surge in aid...
- UYU: Competitiveness To Boost Peso. // Emerging Markets Monitor;8/3/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p12
The article presents an outlook for the Uruguayan peso for 2009. It notes the appreciation of the currency against the U.S. dollar despite the efforts by the monetary authorities of the country to prevent significant peso appreciation. The key to the currency outlook is the dramatic trade...