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It's time for a rub-down

To curb the Covid-19 pandemic, massage parlours and gyms were among the first businesses and premises to be ordered closed. Facing the impact of two waves of the coronavirus, business owners and employees said they were more concerned about making ends meet than the disease itself. Source: Business

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Q1 price index for housing supply poised to fall

The current outbreak will likely lead to a fall in the price index for housing supply in Greater Bangkok in the first quarter, with discounts and campaigns still necessary to clear inventory, according to the Real Estate Information Center (REIC). Source: Business

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Big names fail NBTC board selection

Former National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) secretary-general Takorn Tantasith was among the big names who failed to make the shortlist of 14 candidates vying for seven board member positions at the NBTC, amid criticism of the selection criteria. Source: Business

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TCG's merchant of risks

Labelling himself both an undertaker and merchant of risks, Rak Vorrakitpokatorn has a mission to help comatose small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) survive profound hardships during this major economic crisis. Source: Business

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The future is bright, is it not?

From an economic perspective, most of the current figures continue to look worse, especially in developed economies including the United States. The US job market, retail sales and real estate figures have deteriorated for the first time since last April. Source: Business

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Global markets pull back after Biden bounce

Recap: US shares rallied to a record high on Thursday as tech stocks surged, before equity futures slipped on Friday as restrictions to curb the escalating Covid outbreak dampened investor sentiment. European stocks fell and Asian shares slipped from record highs as investors took profit. Source: Business

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Cabinet set to consider tax assistance steps

State aid measures for struggling taxpayers, including deadline extensions for filing income taxes, a 90% reduction in land and building taxes and a reduced 0.01% fee for property transfers and mortgages, are scheduled to go before the cabinet next week. Source: Business

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