Thanks to Chinese investors, housing prices in Thailand are on a steady rise despite a slowing economy and prolonged military rule, reports The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) (21 September 2015). Thanks to a steady stream of foreign investment – especially from China – Thailand’s real estate market has proven to be surprisingly resilient, whereby its land and property prices continue to experience steady growth.  Juwai data revealed the residential purchasing intent index for Thailand rose by 180% year-on-year for Chinese buyers, outpacing an average rise of 37% among the top five countries of US, Australia, UK, Canada, and New Zealand. [This article is available via subscription only].