Political parties decry government’s change of subsidy for Thai senior citizens

The current caretaker administration’s change of ministerial regulations, regarding the welfare subsidy for all Thai citizens aged 60 and over, to only people who do not have an income or…

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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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Thai cabinet extends ฿5 per litre diesel excise tax cut for two more months

The cabinet decided to extend the 5-baht/litre excise tax cut today (Tuesday), to control the price of diesel fuel until September 20th. Finance Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith said that the tax…

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Government measures extended to help small businesses, low-income earners

The cabinet decided today (Tuesday) to extend the current measures intended to cushion the impacts of rising energy prices for those with low incomes and small businesses, to help with…

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Diesel price remains capped at 32 baht per litre

Thailand’s Fuel Fund Executive Committee has decided to maintain the diesel price at 32 baht per litre, at least until Sunday, even though the cabinet agreed yesterday to cut the…

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Thailand’s motorcycle taxis can claim state subsidy to buy benzene

Motorcycle taxi drivers can now download the “Thung Ngern” application onto their smartphones, so they can receive a 250 baht/month subsidy from the state until the end of July, to…

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Thai Health Ministry to remove COVID-19 from emergency coverage list on March 1

COVID-19 patients will no longer be covered by the Universal Coverage for Emergency Patients (UCEP) scheme from March 1st and will have to pay their own medical bills if they…

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Thai national health gold card holders to get six additional free services

Thailand’s National Health Security Office (NHSO) has agreed to provide six additional free health services to holders of gold health cards from January 1st. According to Assoc. Prof. Prasobsri Ungthavorn…

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Media urged not to be used by unscrupulous protesters seeking state handouts

Finance permanent secretary Prasong Poonthanate has criticized those engaging in sporadic and highly visible protests in an attempt to attract media attention to their efforts to get the 5,000 baht…

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