Our annual Finance Minister of the Year study tends to focus as much on what ministers fail to do as what they do. Normally inaction is a knock on a minister's performance after all, ministers are supposed to be energising their economies and promoting growth by taking action.
In the case of today's entry, however, inaction isn't such a bad thing.
RANKED 8TH THAILAND'S APISAK TANTIVORAWONG
Apisak Tantivorawong’s reputation for being a boring finance minister with limited influence is exactly what Thailand needs as the country prepares for a handover of power from military rule to democratic government. Public elections are...