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CCSA seeks Phuket Sandbox revisions

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration’s (CCSA) sub-committee has asked the Tourism Authority of Thailand to revise the Covid-19 control plan proposed for its Phuket Tourism Sandbox programme, due to kick off on July 1. Source: Business

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Meeting set to address household debt issue

The Finance Ministry, the Bank of Thailand and state-owned banks will hold a meeting soon to find ways to help ease the hardship caused by the pandemic among individual borrowers, said Deputy Finance Minister Santi Promphat. Source: Business

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Product launches set to pick up

Manufacturers of fast-moving consumer goods are ramping up marketing and advertising campaigns as they feel optimistic that the 800-900 billion baht industry will start recovering in the third quarter of this year, boosted by vaccine rollouts across the country. Source: Business

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State to ask Hanoi to review sugar tax

Thailand looks set to ask Vietnam to review its punitive measures on Thai sugar and open a new investigation next year after Vietnam ruled to impose an anti-dumping (AD) levy of 47.64% on some sugar products from Thailand. Source: Business

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Rule flip-flop deflating Phuket plan

As vaccinations gather pace in many countries, the global tourism industry is starting to see a glimmer of hope as leading destinations start to gradually remove mandatory quarantine and ease travel regulations. Source: Business

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