Digital, circular economy can earn Thailand $3.4 billion a year extra - World Bank


FILE PHOTO: Tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Digital and disruptive technologies and development of a circular economy can earn Thailand up to $3.4 billion each year in additional investments, savings and revenue, the World Bank said on Tuesday.

Thailand, a $544 billion economy before the pandemic hit, needs an innovation-led growth model and to address existing foreign investment constraints to create better jobs and become a high-income country, it said in a statement.

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