Delivery service riders seek help from Thai government over high fuel prices

Delivery service bike riders are complaining about the rising price of gasohol and benzene and are calling for help from the government, as did users of diesel, the price of…

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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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Easing of public burden from oil price rise to cost taxpayers ฿45bn

The Thai government is expected to spend about 45 billion baht to fund a set of measures to ease the burden on the public of rising oil and gas prices…

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Thai government rolls out measures to address rising energy, goods prices

The Thai cabinet today (Tuesday) rolled out a number of measures to help the public cope with the rising prices of goods, services and energy prices, some resulting from the…

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฿9bn approved to revive Thailand’s “We Travel Together” stimulus scheme

The Thai cabinet approved a budget of nine billion baht today (Monday) to revive the “We Travel Together” (Rao Tiew Duay Kan) economic stimulus scheme, from February until July, to…

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Thai Government’s financial support under stimulus schemes are tax free

All the financial support received by individuals and corporate entities from the government, such as subsidies under the co-payment scheme, hotel discount coupons and subsidies to ease hardships caused by…

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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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Cabinet approves ฿1.4bn to fund discounted necessities for 90 days

The cabinet has allocated 1.48 billion baht, from the Central Fund, to support the Commerce Ministry’s project to maintain retail necessities at low prices for 90 days amid the current…

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Tuition fee cuts for Thailand’s state and private university students

The Thai cabinet has decided to cut tuition fees at state universities by between 10% and 50% and by 5,000 baht per head for private universities to ease the financial…

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