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Erstellt von petpet, 30.01.2009, 08:37 Uhr · 572 Antworten · 22.688 Aufrufe

  1. #81
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    Re: Wirtschaft

    Ähnliches hat man ja bereits mit der Besetzung der enorm angewachsenen Stellen zur Internet-Überwachung durch frisch Graduierte gemacht. Geht alles. Zumindest eine Zeit lang. Bis man merkt, dass die Nachbarländer es cleverer gemacht haben und die Leute in zukunftsträchtige Bereiche eingesetzt haben. :-)

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  3. #82
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    Seeking loans is best way now, says PM

    BANGKOK, March 20 (TNA) – Seeking loans is the most appropriate way to offset a shortfall in the government’s revenue under the current economic situation, according to Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva.

    Speaking of the government’s plan to increase the ceiling for state borrowing, he said Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanich would consider the matter at his own discretion.

    He conceded that Thailand’s export slump and the sluggishness of global trade will reduce the government’s revenue. Should it remain still, without falling further, the economy will go into deeper recession and more people will lose jobs.

    Mr. Abhisit said the government has several options which can lead to increased revenue, such as collecting more taxes, selling national assets, or borrowing.

    Under the current circumstances, the government has taken the view that loans are the best way forward to offset the current shortfall in revenue, but how much it should borrow depended on the Finance Ministry’s assessment of the amounts needed, the terms and conditions to be offered.

    Regarding a warning by the Bank of Thailand (BoT) that short-term loans should not be used in the implementation of long-term projects, Mr. Abhisit said he understood what the central bank is suggesting.

    He said that a portion of the loans would be available to finance some projects in the second half of this year.

    [highlight=yellow:f3a84e1167]However, should the economic situation fail to improve in the next few years, he said, the government would need to seek new loans to finance implementation of the country’s basic infrastructure projects.

    Asked to comment on a call by the private sector for the government to tell the truth about how many years the economy would be in trouble, the premier said it is difficult for the government to predict because the US economy remains uncertain. (TNA)
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    http://enews.mcot.net/view.php?id=9121&t=2

    Immerhin hat man wohl erkannt, dass falsche Hoffnung verbreiten ziemlich in die Hose gehen kann. Kein Wort von irgendeinem Quartal in diesem Jahr, das als das Ende der Krise erkoren wurde.

    Jochen

  4. #83
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    die kriese kommt nun in anderer form auch in der province an.

    gestern schrieb mir meine bekannte aus ubon, dass ihr vater (polizist) von steigenden überfall- und raubzahlen berichtet.
    die täter lassen sich aber wohl leicht erwischen, da es meist arbeitslose rückkehrer aus den industriegebieten thailands sind, die in diesem geschäft keine erfahrung haben.

  5. #84
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    gestern schrieb mir meine bekannte aus ubon, dass ihr vater (polizist) von steigenden überfall- und raubzahlen berichtet.
    die täter lassen sich aber wohl leicht erwischen, da es meist arbeitslose rückkehrer aus den industriegebieten thailands sind, die in diesem geschäft keine erfahrung haben.
    hier nehmen Diebstähle und Überfälle auch etwas zu - sind aber meist Burmesen, die nun durch die Wirtschaftskrise ihren illegalen Hilfsarbeiter-Job in der Baubranche verloren haben und nun aber auch nicht zurück nach Burma wollen.
    Es gibt aber nun massives Polizeiaufgebot, diese illegalen Burma-Einwanderer aufzuspüren und festzunehmen.

  6. #85
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    It´s the calm before the storm

    Thai Takes
    By PHILIP GOLINGAI

    THAIS are not jumping out of buildings just yet though Thailand is facing a more severe downturn than the 1997 Asian financial crisis which saw thousands committing suicide.

    “It’s yet to come. By the second quarter of this year you should see many suicides,” said the man who counselled businessmen who contemplated committing suicide when they were hit by the Asian financial crisis.

    Why the second quarter? Because by then those who have not given up hope yet will have no hope.

    “The Asian financial crisis affected some 200,000 Thai entrepreneurs and financial institutions but this global economic crisis will affect 63 million Thais,” warned Sirivat Voravetvuthikun, the most famous face of the 1997 financial meltdown.

    Known in Thailand as “Mr Sandwich” because the 1997 crash turned him from a multi-millionaire property developer and stock market guru to a sandwich hawker, Sirivat noted that the Asian economic crisis was made in Thailand and exported to neighbouring countries, whereas the present global economic slowdown was a worldwide phenomenon.

    “The Tom Yum Kung crisis (as the 1997 crisis is also known) started because we borrowed too much from overseas.

    “And one of the International Monetary Fund’s requirements was for Thailand to devalue the baht,” explained the 60-year-old businessman, who operates five cafes in Bangkok called Coffee Corner.

    “By devaluing the baht our foreign debt doubled overnight and many debtors, including me, went broke. And the domino effect forced the closure of Thai financial institutions.”

    Mr Sandwich said Thailand’s saving grace then was that it was still able to export.

    “Because of the devaluation of the baht (which made Thai exports attractive) and the good economic health of the US, Europe and Japan (which at that time represented about 50% of Thailand’s total exports) we could get out of the crisis,” he explained.

    This time it is different.

    “We cannot export as the whole world is in recession,” Sirivat cautioned, pointing out that exports and tourism account for 70% of Thailand’s GDP.

    Tourist arrivals (which generates 500 billion baht to 600 billion baht, or RM51.3bil to RM61.6bil, a year) is down because of the world economic malaise and as a consequence of the closure of Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang airports in late November.

    Thailand is in dire straits, he observed.

    “Every day you read about export-based factories closing down and workers being laid off,” he said (estimates place the total so far at between one million and two million).

    “I predict Thais will suffer. How long will we suffer? My personal opinion is we will be in trouble for at least five years. Why? Because we can’t export.”

    I also asked the businessman, loaded with economic tidbits at his fingers tips, about the finance-related suicides during the Tom Yum Kung crisis.

    “Yes, there were many suicides. You are talking about thousands. That’s my wild guess,” Sirivat said.

    “Some committed suicide because their three-generation businesses went bankrupt.”

    Despite warnings that the Thai economy is currently in dire straits there have been no media reports of Thais committing suicide, I pointed out.

    “Yet to come,” Sirivat said. “Does that mean the Thai economy is still good? No, they (down and out Thais) still have hope. But when hope diminishes, you will see suicides.

    “And there will be people who will give up because when they go to their relatives and friends to borrow money, they will be turned down. I’ve faced that before, but I did not give up.”

    But, I told him, the Thai economy looks robust. Bangkok’s shopping malls such as Siam Paragon are full of shoppers who do not look as if they are going to jump out of a building.

    “What you see is an illusion,” he countered. “Yes, you see many shoppers in Siam Paragon, but they are just enjoying the air conditioning. They are not buying.

    “The shop owners at Siam Paragon will tell you that their business is down by more than 50%.

    Mr Sandwich does not have faith that the unstable Abhisit Vejjajiva-led government will be able to solve Thailand’s economic woes.

    “Is the prime minister a good man? Yes,” he replied to his own question. “But does he know how to run the country? Question mark.

    “Did he form his government democratically? Fifty-fifty, so I expect House dissolution soon.”

    http://philipgolingai.blogspot.com/2...ore-storm.html

  7. #86
    Bukeo
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    “Is the prime minister a good man? Yes,” he replied to his own question. “But does he know how to run the country? Question mark.
    hier hätte man noch die Frage stellen müssen, ob er der anderen Alternative, d.h. Chalerm und der PT eher zu trauen würde, die Krise zu lösen.

  8. #87
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    Oder die Sonntagsfrage stellen müssen:
    Wenn am nächsten Sonntag Bundestagswahlen wären, welche Partei würden Sie dann wählen?
    Geht es nicht um Neuwahlen in Thailand?

  9. #88
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    Stellvertretend für Bukeo und sonstige Dorfschulzen suchen und finden die Teilnehmerinnen am Miss Thailand Universe Schönheitswettbewerb den Silberstreifen der ökonomischen Erholung am Horizont.



    The Winner takes them all. :-)

  10. #89
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    Jetzt heißt es auf einmal: Die Wirtschaft schrumpft um 3%



    und zwar mit den folgenden Arbeitslosigkeitszahlen:


    "Economist and former deputy prime minister Olarn Chaipravat said for each 1% contraction in GDP, some 400,000 people would lose their jobs. Based on this premise, if GDP shrinks by 3% this year, down from 2.6% growth last year, unemployment could rise to over 2 million."

    http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/loca...nk-3-says-korn

    Zunächst wird man sich fragen, wieviel % davon die Burmesen in Thailand betrifft. Die kann man einfach abziehen.
    http://www.economist.com/world/asia/...ry_id=13334070

    Wenn dann immer noch Arbeitslose in intolerablen Ausmaßen übrig bleiben, dann muß man ´was machen oder andere Schuldige suchen.

  11. #90
    Bukeo
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    Geht es nicht um Neuwahlen in Thailand?
    nein, es geht nicht um Neuwahlen in TH - sind keine geplant, warum auch?

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