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Thailand: Second time unluckier?

Easing the restrictions to contain the coronavirus outbreak seems to be a gamble the government has to make, since businesses could be wiped off the radar on Wongnai and other lifestyle super apps. But the move could be a make or break for the masses, and a second wave of the disease remains a key […]

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Thailand: Baby steps for reopening businesses

City Hall has issued guidelines on the implementation of the government’s relaxation of Covid-19 containment restrictions for 10 clusters of businesses and venues starting on Sunday. The guidelines were announced on Saturday after a meeting of Bangkok’s communicable disease control committee chaired by Pol Lt Gen Sophon Phisutthiwong, deputy Bangkok governor. Restaurants, food stalls and […]

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Thailand: Covid-19 crisis casts shadow over graduate futures

The coronavirus outbreak casts a shadow over the future of approximately 300,000 soon-to-be graduates this year. The bleak prospect of unemployment and layoffs as the economy staggers back to growth is expected to persist for at least two years. Minister of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation Suvit Maesincee said the government is preparing to […]

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Thailand: Cash is king: back to basics

While the Covid-19 situation is unprecedented, experience from past economic disruptions, such as the 2008 financial crisis, provides some insight into what is likely to happen to businesses in terms of cash flow. However, the impact is not uniform. How can you protect the cash flow of your business? 1. Tax payment: Tax payments are one […]

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Cambodia: No exclusive rights to import pigs from Thailand

The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has rejected accusations that it has offered a company exclusive rights to import pigs from Thailand, according to a letter responding to the Cambodia Pig Supply Association. The Minister has stated, that the association’s report missed information about big imports from neighbouring countries, especially from Thailand by accusing […]

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