Why the Big Mango stayed on the tree - Bangkok - the Big Mango - was in a pretty precarious position for a while. Somehow, Thailand's civil servants have averted another Mexico-style crash. It's still too early to hope for a big comeback, however. The currency needs to be floated first.
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