Mixed expectations from new ministers as Srettha’s Cabinet gets to work

Months of wait for the new Cabinet ended on Saturday, but reservations were expressed by many observers on Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s choice of ministers. Srettha has kept with himself…

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Subsidies for households 300 units or less of electricity per month

The Thai cabinet has approved 3.19 billion baht to subsidise electricity bills of households that consume no more than 300 units of electricity per month from January to April. The…

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Thai cabinet endorses third phase of “One Million Home” project

The Thai cabinet approved the third phase of the Government Housing Bank’s (GHB) “One Million Home” project today (Tuesday), estimated to be worth about 20 billion baht. According to Finance…

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Cabinet approves four schemes to stimulate the Thai economy in Q3 and Q4

The Thai cabinet approved four economic stimulus schemes today (Tuesday), aimed at easing the cost of living burden of about 51 million Thais and stimulating the COVID-beset economy for the…

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PM appointed Thailand’s “COVID Czar” in sole charge of handling the pandemic

The Thai cabinet today (Tuesday) designated Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha as the sole authority in charge of all responsibilities and duties, previously vested in his ministers, to deal with the…

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Migrant workers stand in lines to get COVID-19 tests in Samut Sakhon

Thailand to allow illegal workers from Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar to stay and work after they are documented

Illegal migrant workers from Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia, and their dependents under 18 who are currently in Thailand,will be able to stay and work legally, with health coverage for up…

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Thai cabinet keeps VAT rate at 7% for another year

The Thai cabinet today decided to retain the 7% value-added tax rate for all trade transactions, services and imports subject to VAT until the end of September next year. Finance…

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Northeastern MPs warn they may reconsider their role if they are ignored

Cabinet seat sharing in the Palang Pracharat party appears to be far from settled, as resentment still simmers among a group of 19 northeastern MPs who claim they have been…

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