economy pandemic

Addressing the Nation’s Economic Health

In a recent policy statement, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin compared the nation to a “sick person” requiring cures such as a 10,000baht digital cash handout and reduced energy prices. Thailand’s preexisting economic, social, and political issues have been exacerbated by the Covid19 pandemic, and the country is still struggling to recover. Poverty and inequality hinder the nation from reaching its full potential and have led to a crisis in public confidence.

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tourism economy

Revitalizing Pattaya’s Tourism and Economy through Strategic Budget Allocation

Pattaya City officials have decided to focus next year’s budget on boosting the local economy and revitalizing the tourism sector, according to Mayor Paramet Ngampichet. With a total approved budget of 1.9 billion baht, city executives, councillors, and local government agencies have recently convened to establish spending priorities for the upcoming fiscal year, starting on October 1.

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ko samui tourism

Ko Samui Tourism Flourishes During Long Holiday

Ko Samui, a popular island resort in the southern province of Surat Thani, has seen a significant increase in tourism during the recent sixday long holiday. The surge began on Friday, the first day of the extended vacation, which was made possible by the cabinet’s decision to declare Monday, July 31, an extra day off. This decision led to a bustling and lively atmosphere at the Ko Samui airport, with numerous Thai and foreign tourists arriving on the island.

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