THAILAND COUNTRY RISK REPORT INDEX
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· July 2014 Shift to authoritarian system likely to have short-term economic benefits.
· June 2014 Short-term risks have declined, but systemic deficiencies and long-term transition risks remain.
· May 2014 Assessment of risks in wake of coup.
· April 2014 Yet another attempt to hold elections as the economy stumbles badly.
· March 2014 Court rules against government, raising risks of a “judges’ coup”.
· February 2014 Rival factions batten down for a war of attrition.
· January 2014 State of emergency as protests grow and economy starts to limp.
· December 2013 Political crisis deepens as opposition plays anarchy card.
· November 2013 The opposition is trying to force a political crisis, as demonstrations mount.
· October 2013 Debate over amnesty bill is taking an economic toll.
· September 2013 Continuing political infighting is leading to weak policies and economic drift.
· August 2013 Opposition parties could be undermining their own influence through boycotts and demonstrations.
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