Policymakers expect the banking system and the capital market to play a coordinated role in financing a surge in the domestic investment cycle.
A worker puts the finishing touches on a board showcasing an infrastructure project ahead of the opening of the Thailand 2020 exhibition last Thursday. For capital-intensive projects, both banks and the bourse must play a part in raising funds, say regulators. TAWATCHAI KEMGUMNERD
Banks can do their part by lending more to appropriate projects, while the stock market may try harder to accommodate companies wanting to raise funds.
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