Thailand to sell $ 2 billion in savings bonds to finance stimulus measures By Reuters


BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand will sell 60 billion baht ($ 2 billion) in government savings bonds next month to help fund stimulus measures to mitigate the impact of its latest coronavirus outbreak, the Ministry of Health said on Monday. Finance in a statement. The bonds are part of a larger 1 trillion baht borrowing scheme to tackle the epidemic.

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