Stores rejecting Thailand’s co-payment scheme fearing back taxes

Several eateries and stores have put up signs, saying that they do not accept payment via the Government’s 50:50 co-payment stimulus scheme because they are afraid that revenue officials may…

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Thai cabinet to be asked to extend consumer spending stimulus schemes

Thai people may get to enjoy the benefits of the 50:50 co-payment and “Shop Dee Mee Kuen” (The More You Spend the More You Get) schemes until end of January,…

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Govt. rolls out more schemes to stimulate Thailand’s sluggish economy

Thailand’s cabinet has approved a host of measures to help millions of Thai people, aimed at increasing their purchasing power and liquidity, to enable them to weather the economic crisis…

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Third phase of consumer co-payment scheme expected in May

Thailand’s Finance Ministry is working on the third phase of the 50:50 co-payment scheme, which is expected to be launched in May, to boost domestic consumption. Kulaya Tantitemit, director of…

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A view shows an almost empty international departure terminal of Haneda Airport, where fewer people than usual are seen during Golden Week holidays following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan April 29, 2020.

First group of Chinese tourists from Shanghai to arrive in Thailand this evening

The first group of 41 Chinese tourists is due to arrive at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport from Shanghai at about 5pm today (Tuesday), to be followed by a second group…

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Thais can apply for 50:50 co-payment scheme today

Registration for the Thai government’s 50:50 co-payment scheme, which aims to stimulate the weakening economy during the last quarter of the year through consumer spending, starts today.   Thai nationals,…

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