Yellow flag raised in municipal area of Nakhon Ratchasima as river level rises

A yellow flag has been flown since yesterday at a bridge spanning the Lam Takong River, which meanders through the Muang district of Thailand’s northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, as…

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PM apologizes for miscommunication about 5,000 baht subsidies

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has offered a public apology for his miscommunication, which has caused widespread public confusion, over the 5,000 baht monthly cash subsidy for people affected by business…

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Thai PM admits government can only afford single 5,000 baht subsidy payment

Thailand’s Government can afford to make only the April payment of the 5,000 baht cash hardship subsidies to nine million freelancers, self-employed, small retailers and employees not covered by the…

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Finance Ministry threatens legal action against false claims for cash handouts

Recipients of the 5,000 baht/month support payments, who used false information to claim the subsidy, will face legal action and will be forced to repay the money, plus interest.  …

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New tougher law against cabbies who reject passengers on the way

Taxi drivers who reject passengers will soon be liable to a maximum fine of 5,000 baht, increased from 2,000 baht, and the owner of the rented taxi in question will…

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