Saw this article over at CNBC and it does a nice summary of what we were all waiting for this government to finally confirm and announce. THB 2.2 trillion baht worth of projects and liquidity to flush the system here. While companies will benefit? Well in this order I think. Contractors – Cement co’s – Banks – and then hopefully the rest of the economy.
The Thai government is planning to spend more than 2.2 trillion baht ($71.1 billion) over the next seven years to build railways and roads and another 350 billion baht ($11.3 billion) on infrastructure to prevent a repeat of the devastating 2011 floods that dragged economic growth down to just 0.1 percent for the year. This spending, which will be partly financed by the private sector, will boost the Thai economy, analysts say.