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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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