Local analysts have mixed views on whether the government’s second stimulus package will be able to meet its timetable. About 48% of the analysts surveyed by the Securities Analysts Association (SAA) expressed confidence that the “Thailand: Investing from Strength to Strength” programme would meet its 2012 timetable, with another 4% expressing strong confidence. But 43% said they were only cautiously optimistic, with 4% expressing no confidence. The SAA sampled views of 23 analysts following a briefing earlier this month on the stimulus programme by Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanij. (Bangkok Post)
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