Leading businessmen who lost most of their empire during the tom yum kung crisis are warning of a nascent economic bubble, blaming policies that have encouraged consumers to take on debt while the government borrows hugely to spur the economy.
From left: Mr Sawasdi, Mr Boonchai and Mr Prachai share how they survived the crisis that struck 16 years ago. PAWAT LAOPAISARNTAKSIN
Boonchai Bencharongkul, a founder of No.2 mobile operator Total Access Communication (DTAC), voiced concern about a potential new crisis forming.
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