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Thailand Q2 GDP contracts 12.2% amid COVID-induced recession

Shut borders and business lockdowns hit Southeast Asia's second-largest economy

The lack of foreign tourists has been a huge blow to Thailand's economy during the coronavirus pandemic.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- Thailand recorded the largest economic contraction in 22 years in the quarter ending June, keeping Southeast Asia's second-largest economy trapped in a coronavirus-induced recession.

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