How to avoid falling behind: How to prevent a recession in Thailand population

Bangkok, Thailand — A recent report has found Thailand’s population to be the biggest in the world to be in recession.

According to a report released Tuesday by the International Monetary Fund, the population of Thailand fell by 2.5% from 2015 to 2016, due to the effects of climate change and the effects on rural economies.

The country also recorded a drop in birth rates, according to the report.

The report states that as a result of climate issues, the average lifespan of a Thai man has increased by 11 years from the year 2000.

According the report, climate change is having a negative impact on the Thai economy, causing a decline in the demand for food and other goods.

The Thai government announced a national emissions reduction target for 2020 that aims to cut emissions by 30% compared to 2020.