Improving demand for working-capital loans is being driven by both seasonal factors as well as businesses moving to rebuild inventories, according to local bankers. Chansak Fuangfu, a senior executive vice-president of Bangkok Bank, said demand for working capital had been rising steadily, particularly for companies in the manufacturing and agricultural sectors.
Restocking driving loan needs for working capital
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