Thailand's economy expanded 1.2% qoq in Q3 of 2022, beating market consensus of a 0.9% rise and following a 0.7% growth in Q2. The latest print was the fourth straight quarter of quarterly increase, amid resilient private consumption and robust fixed investment. Household consumption grew for the fourth quarter in a row (1.3% vs 1.7% in Q2) despite growing cost pressures, while fixed investment bounced back strongly (2.9% vs -1.9%). At the same time, government spending fell less (-1.4% vs -2.6%) amid a jump in social transfer. Net trade contributed negatively, however, with exports down for the first time in a year (-0.1% vs 4.6%) while imports rose for the third quarter (2.9% vs 5.9%). On the production side, non-agricultural sector picked up (1.8% vs 0.6%) due to a rebound in industrial output (0.4% vs -0.8%), and the fifth consecutive quarter of growth in services activity (1.3% vs 1.7%). By contrast, agricultural output shrank for the first time since Q4 of 2021 (1.3% vs 1.7%). source: Nesdb, Thailand

GDP Growth Rate in Thailand averaged 0.83 percent from 1993 until 2022, reaching an all time high of 9.40 percent in the first quarter of 2012 and a record low of -9.40 percent in the second quarter of 2020. This page provides - Thailand GDP Growth Rate - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Thailand GDP Growth Rate - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on February of 2023.

GDP Growth Rate in Thailand is expected to be 1.00 percent by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations.

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Thailand GDP Growth Rate



Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2022-08-15 02:30 AM Q2 0.7% 1.2% 0.9% 0.8%
2022-11-21 02:30 AM Q3 1.2% 0.7% 0.9% 1.3%
2023-02-20 02:30 AM Q4 1.2% 1.0%


Related Last Previous Unit Reference
GDP Growth Rate 1.20 0.70 percent Sep 2022
GDP Annual Growth Rate 4.50 2.50 percent Sep 2022
GDP Constant Prices 2628579.00 2654231.00 THB Million Sep 2022
Gross National Product 2628579.00 2654195.00 THB Billion Sep 2022
Gross Fixed Capital Formation 664320.00 645780.00 THB Million Sep 2022
Full Year GDP Growth 1.60 -6.20 percent Dec 2021
GDP from Utilities 71348.00 78826.00 THB Million Sep 2022
GDP from Transport 145553.00 127591.00 THB Million Sep 2022
GDP from Public Administration 140681.00 133812.00 THB Million Sep 2022
GDP from Mining 38264.00 38732.00 THB Million Sep 2022
GDP from Manufacturing 691853.00 702597.00 THB Million Sep 2022
GDP from Construction 77316.00 81812.00 THB Million Sep 2022
GDP from Agriculture 123770.00 163527.00 THB Million Sep 2022

Thailand GDP Growth Rate
Thailand is an export oriented emerging economy. As a result, manufacturing is the most important sector and accounts for 34 percent of GDP. Services constitute around 44 percent of GDP. Within services, the most important are wholesale and retail trade (13 percent of GDP); transport, storage and communication (7 percent of GDP); hotels and restaurants (5 percent of GDP) and public administration, defense and social security (4.5 percent of GDP). Agriculture also makes a significant contribution - around 13 percent of GDP.
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
1.20 0.70 9.40 -9.40 1993 - 2022 percent Quarterly

News Stream
Thailand Economy Grows 1.2% QoQ in Q3, Tops Forecasts
Thailand's economy expanded 1.2% qoq in Q3 of 2022, beating market consensus of a 0.9% rise and following a 0.7% growth in Q2. The latest print was the fourth straight quarter of quarterly increase, amid resilient private consumption and robust fixed investment. Household consumption grew for the fourth quarter in a row (1.3% vs 1.7% in Q2) despite growing cost pressures, while fixed investment bounced back strongly (2.9% vs -1.9%). At the same time, government spending fell less (-1.4% vs -2.6%) amid a jump in social transfer. Net trade contributed negatively, however, with exports down for the first time in a year (-0.1% vs 4.6%) while imports rose for the third quarter (2.9% vs 5.9%). On the production side, non-agricultural sector picked up (1.8% vs 0.6%) due to a rebound in industrial output (0.4% vs -0.8%), and the fifth consecutive quarter of growth in services activity (1.3% vs 1.7%). By contrast, agricultural output shrank for the first time since Q4 of 2021 (1.3% vs 1.7%).
2022-11-21
Thailand Economy Grows 0.7% QoQ in Q2
Thailand's economy expanded 0.7% qoq in Q2 of 2021, less than market consensus of a 0.9% growth and after a marginally revised 1.2% increase in Q4. The latest figure pointed to the softest expansion in three quarters, amid growing inflationary pressures and the impact of COVID-19 disruptions. Household consumption grew the least since a fall in Q3 2021 (1.7% vs 2.8% in Q1); while government spending dropped at a steeper rate (-3% vs -0.7%), reflecting a sharp decline in social transfers. Also, fixed investment shrank after gaining in the prior two periods (-1.1% vs 2.6%). Net external demand contributed negatively, as exports (4.8% vs 3.9%) grew less than imports (5.4% vs 1.9%). On the production side, the non-agricultural sector expanded the least in three quarters (0.5% vs 1%), amid a fall in industrial output (-0.9% vs 0.2%) and stable growth in services activity (at 1.7%). Also, agricultural output slowed sharply(1.3% vs 3.8%).
2022-08-15
Thailand Economy Grows 1.1% QoQ in Q1
Thailand's economy expanded 1.1% qoq in Q1 of 2021, exceeding market consensus of a 0.9% growth but slowing from a 1.8% increase in Q4. The latest figure came amid an easing of COVID-19 curbs and tourism recovery as well as high inflation that dampened consumer spending. Household consumption moderated (3.2% vs 4% in Q4); while government spending fell for the first time in 5 quarters (-3% vs 4.6%), due to declines in both compensation of employees and spending of fixed capital and despite a sharp bounce back in social transfers. Meantime, there was a strong pickup in fixed investment (3.6% vs 0.1%), with net external demand contributing positively as exports grew by 3.5% (vs 3% in Q4) while imports rose at a softer 0.5% (vs -2.3%). On the production side, the non-agricultural sector eased (1% vs 2.3%), amid a sharp slowdown in industrial output (0.3% vs 5.5%) and despite an acceleration in services activity (1.5% vs 0.7%). Meantime, agricultural output rebounded (3.4% vs -2.1%).
2022-05-17