Japan, Thailand sign bilateral currency swap deal

YOKOHAMA — Japan has signed a bilateral currency swap deal with Thailand, a move aimed at strengthening the Association of Southeast Asian Nation’s resilience to future financial crises. Under the agreement, the two countries will be able to swap their …
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