Thailand has one of the highest rates of social inequality in the world - 53.6.

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About 40% of the country's population works in agriculture, growing rice, corn, and sugar cane.

Thailand exports its goods, mainly rice, tin, electronics, textiles, footwear, fishery products, rubber, and jewelry, primarily to Europe and North America. Exports account for over two-thirds of the country's GDP. It is Southeast Asia's second-largest economy after Indonesia and the fourth-richest country by GDP per capita, after Singapore, Brunei, and Malaysia.

Tourism plays an important role in Thailand's economy, accounting for approximately 6% of the country's economy. According to the World Tourism Organization, Thailand was the most visited country in Southeast Asia in 2013.

Thailand is the fifth largest medical tourism destination. It is popular due to the growing practice of gender reassignment surgery and plastic surgery.