ST Deep Dive: Asian financial crisis 25 years on, resurgent Imran Khan

Here's a round-up of recent commentaries and more by think-tanks in the region and elsewhere that could be of interest to those who watch Asia.

On July 2, 1997, the Thai authorities decided to float the baht, after having practically run out of international reserves in its defence since late 1996. 

That move triggered the Asian financial crisis (AFC), a veritable storm over East Asian economies – from Indonesia to Malaysia, South Korea, Philippines and Hong Kong.

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