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Low-growth Thai economy flirts with stagnation

Even in death, King Bhumibol is making his presence felt in Thailand's economy.

BANGKOK -- The relative stability of Thailand's stock prices and currency in the wake of the death of its king and Donald Trump's unexpected presidential victory in the U.S. is more a symptom of the economy's lack of vigor than a sign of its strength.

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