Registration rush for co-payment scheme crashes “Pao Tang” app

The “Pao Tang” application system crashed this morning (Friday) as subscribers scrambled to reconfirm their registrations for the fifth phase of the 50:50 co-payment scheme, under which each will receive…

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Applications for Phase 5 of Thailand’s co-payment scheme open this Friday

Old and new subscribers to the government’s 50:50 co-payment scheme will be able to reconfirm or apply for their subscription this Friday under Phase 5 of the scheme, via the…

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Cabinet approves 5th phase of co-payment scheme for September-October

The cabinet decided today (Tuesday) to roll out the 5th phase of the popular 50:50 co-payment scheme by providing 800 baht to each of the 26.5 million Thais who have…

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Thailand’s Finance Ministry considers launch of new co-payment scheme phase

The Finance Ministry is now working on a possible launch of a 5th phase of the 50:50 co-payment scheme, aimed at easingthe financial burden of the rising cost of living….

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Fifth phase of co-payment stimulus being studied, travel subsidies extended

The fifth phase of the 50-50 co-payment economic stimulus scheme is being studied, according to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, who admitted today (Friday) that the national budget is depleted and that the…

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Combined total of 70 billion baht spent under 3 stimulus projects by April 30th  

More than 70 billion baht, of a combination of funding from the government and consumer’s own money, has been spent under three economic stimulus projects, rolled out by the government…

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3 COVID consumer stimulus measures in Thailand have, to date, cost the taxpayer ~29 billion baht

Three economic stimulus packages, introduced by the government to boost the purchasing power of consumers and to stimulate the economy have, so far, cost the taxpayer about 29 billion baht…

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Government approves fourth phase of co-payment scheme, starting February 1

The Thai cabinet approved the fourth phase of the 50:50 co-payment economic stimulus scheme today (Monday), to be rolled out on February 1st, which coincides with Chinese New Year’s Day….

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Fourth phase of Thailand’s co-payment scheme to begin February 21st

 The government has decided to bring forward the 4th phase of the 50:50 co-payment economic stimulus scheme, from March 1st to February 21st, and new subscriber applications arescheduled to begin…

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Cabinet continues ‘the more you shop the more you get’, co-payment stimulus schemes

The Thai cabinet endorsed the Finance Ministry’s plan to roll out the fourth phase of the popular 50:50 co-payment scheme today (Tuesday), from March until the end of April, according…

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Thai private sector wants extension of co-payment scheme, reduced utility rates

The Thai private sector is asking the government to extend the 50:50 co-payment economic stimulus scheme until the end of January and to continue the power and water rate cuts…

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Subscribers to government’s co-payment scheme urged to spend before program expires

Subscribers to the third phase of the 50:50 co-payment stimulus scheme have been advised to spend the balance in “Pao Tang” accounts, as the scheme will expire on December 31st…

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Thai cabinet approves 3rd phase of co-payment scheme, cuts number of subscribers

Thailand’s cabinet approved the rollout of the third phase of the 50:50 co-payment scheme and the “Ying Chai Ying Dai” (The More You Spend, the More You Get) program today…

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Low income Thais who missed out on welfare card scheme to get another chance to apply

About two million low income-earners, who missed out on previous registration for welfare cards, mostly because they don’t have smartphones, will get another chance to get register to receive financial…

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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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Co-payment stimulus scheme has ended with ฿102bn spending in six months

Thailand’s Finance Ministry announced the end of the two phases of the populist co-payment scheme on March 31st, with total spending amounting to 102.065 billion baht, 52.2 billion by consumers…

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Opposition Pheu Thai Party proposes more cash for those affected by COVID-19

Thailand’s opposition Pheu Thai Party has voiced disagreement with the government’s plan to provide cash giveaways of 3,500 baht a month for two months to people affected by COVID-19, noting…

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Thai Gov to launch new round of co-payment scheme registrations next week

People who missed out on the second phase of the 50:50 co-payment scheme, due to technical problems, can register again this week, said Kulaya Tantitemit, spokesperson for the Finance Ministry…

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Four charged for operating scam related to the government’s co-payment scheme

Police have filed charges against four people for allegedly operating an online scam, in collaboration with subscribers tothe government’s 50:50 co-payment scheme, in an attempt to cheat the government of…

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Cabinet to launch second phase of co-payment stimulus on December 16th

Thailand’s cabinet approved the second phase of the 50:50 co-payment scheme for 15 million Thais today (Tuesday), including five million new applicants, and the amount to be wired into their…

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