The state-run Government Savings Bank (GSB) will try to maintain its interest rates for as long as possible amid a rising global trend in order to alleviate the burden on its borrowers, says bank president Vitai Ratanakorn.
He advised companies to boost their liquidity, which could take a hit after future rate increases.
The Bank of Thailand has signalled a policy rate hike could happen soon in response to persistently high inflation. Research houses predict Thailand will enter a cycle of rate increases in the second half this year.
Mr Vitai could not predict if the bank will maintain its interest rates until the end of…