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BCCT Webinar on Light at the End of the Tunnel in Q4

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This Event closes for Online Bookings in 31 days 2 hours 16 minutes.
Date & Time: 16-Jul-2021 11:00  
Location: via Zoom
Member Cost: THB 0.00
Non-member Cost: THB 500.00


A turnaround will require faster vaccine rollout, tourism recovery, fiscal measures - unlikely before Q4. Thailand has faced a sharp increase in new COVID infections since April, dampening the growth outlook. Tim Leelahaphan, Economist, Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) PCL will cover recovery prospects in H2-2021 that will depend heavily on (1) vaccination progress, (2) tourism prospects, and (3) effective fiscal policy. Join this webinar where our speaker will discuss foresights that until these turnaround factors are in clearer sight, which are not expected until Q4, confidence will remain low.

Date: Friday 16th July 2021

Time: 11.00 am - 12.00 pm presentation followed by Q&A

Cost: free of charge for BCCT members only. THB 500 per person for non-members. 

Booking: to register in advance for this webinar please click below or email 

The Zoom webinar link will be sent directly to your email one day in advance before the event date.

Speaker: Tim Leelahaphan, Economist, Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) PCL

Tim Leelahaphan: is responsible for macroeconomic coverage of Thailand, based in Bangkok. He is regularly quoted in the media and received votes for the Institutional Investor 2016 All-Asia Research Team. Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Tim was the Thailand economist for Maybank Kim Eng Research. He also previously worked as a markets strategist for the Financial Markets Division at Siam Commercial Bank and a research assistant for the Global Markets Strategies Group at Barclays Global Investors in London. Tim holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick, UK, and a Bachelor of Economics (First Class) from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.