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By Nick Ray, Iain Stewart, Brett Atkinson, Peter Dragicevich

“Blessed with a gorgeous beach, emerald-green mountains, breathtaking nationwide parks, dynamic towns, extraordinary cultural curiosity and one of many world’s top cuisines, Vietnam has it all.” – Iain Stewart, Lonely Planet Writer

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3444km of astounding coastline
24 weeks of in-depth research
504 bottles of bia hoi consumed
168 bowls of noodles eaten
Inspirational photos
In-depth background
Pull-out urban map
Angkor Wat illustrated highlight
Comprehensive making plans tools
At-a-glance sensible information

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Boom, bust and beyond 23 GDP. Given this, and the high level of vulnerability to a crisis which had developed by 1996, as outlined above, the export slowdown of 1996 affected confidence sufficiently to trigger the expectation of a devaluation. This expectation produced a self-reinforcing capital outflow. Evidence of the erosion of business confidence that occurred during 1996 is provided by the behaviour of equity prices. 6, beginning fully one year before the exchange rate crisis of July 1997. Between June 1996 and January 1997, the index declined from 1247 to 788.

Whereas real GDP per person declined between 1996 to 2001 by 7 per cent, our calculations indicate that RGDI declined by almost 20 per cent. Obviously, the growth rates of real GDP and RGDI similarly diverge when the terms of trade are changing. 12, above. When the terms of trade declines, as it did from 1996 to 2001 the growth rate of the former exceeds that of the latter. When the terms of trade improve, as occurred in 2002, the opposite occurs. 5 per cent, respectively. Of course, for a small trading economy like Thailand, the terms of trade are almost entirely outside its control.

Mr Thaksin said that Thailand had to look for ‘original strengths, unique local know-how and mix them with new marketing and communications technology’. He also noted that the newer technologies were developed in advanced countries, ‘based on physical and intellectual property accumulation possessed by the West’ and which the developing Boom, bust and beyond 41 countries such as Thailand could not match. 16 It was unclear what policy conclusions Prime Minister Thaksin wished to draw from these remarks, but they were interpreted in the local and foreign press as foreshadowing a hostile environment for foreign investors and an end to support for the liberalization of international trade.

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