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  • Tom 8:00 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: AFTA, baht, , , , , entrepreneur, , , import, income, , , , , , , refunds, , , tariff, , tax refunds, ,   

    Thailand to lose Bt3-4 billion revenue from AFTA tariff cuts 

    import and export duties

    Thailand’s Customs Department expects revenue from import and export duties will decline by Bt3-4 billon (US$90-120 million) in the wake of the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA) cuts which became effective on January 1, with the department adjusting its role from tariff collector to facilitator, a senior customs official said on Friday. (More …)

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  • Tom 1:52 pm on December 6, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , income, , , policy, poll, ,   

    Economy moving downtrend / Suan Dusit Poll 

    3D Bar Graph Meeting

    The majority respondents of a survey conducted by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University agreed that the country’s economy is worsening.

    The Suan Dusit poll was conducted among 1,327 people from Dec 1 to 3 on their viewpoints towards their confidence in economic recovery. The poll showed that the majority of the respondents or 71.43% said the country’s economy was moving downward. 56.55% stated that the household expenses were rising and 49.70% said they held the same income. (More …)

     
  • Tom 8:20 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , banks, , , , , government banks, , income, , national holidays, refinancing, registration, Savings Bank   

    Informal debt registration commences 

    money roll

    money roll : flickr.com

    The first day of registration under the informal debt-refinancing program saw more than 17,000 people signing up in various parts of the country.

    The headquarters of the Government Savings Bank was crowded this morning as today is the first day of registration for the government’s informal debt restructuring scheme. Nakhon Ratchasima and Pichit are two top provinces with the highest number of registrants. (More …)

     
  • Tom 5:09 pm on November 30, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , craftsmanship, , , Fashion Muslim, hijab, income, , Kaffiyeh, masculine Arab headdress, , Muslim clothing, Muslim costume, Muslim costumes, Muslim Fashion, Muslim Fashion Project, Narathiwat, , , resident, , , Satun, , South, , Yala   

    Fashion for export: Thai-made Muslim costumes go international 

    Fashion for export: Thai-made Muslim costumes go international

    Muslim Fashion Project: Flickr.com

    How could a decent economy bring stability to local residents in Thailand’s far South when the ongoing southern insurgency continues? The violence that erupted in early 2004 and has continued since has left thousands of people dead in its wake and has severely affected daily life of many of the locals who see their incomes sharply depleted.

    Muslim apparel and costume accessories made by villagers in the southern border provinces are one of the incentives that government-related agencies have been trying to push forward to compete in international markets so as to improve the quality of life of local residents.

    Members of local dressmaking groups have been trained to improve their skills in designing, tailoring, lacing and embroidering Muslim clothing, thanks to the Industrial Promotion Department’s Industrial Development Project for Muslim Costume Products in Thailand’s Five Southernmost Provinces. (More …)

     
  • Tom 9:04 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , , income, , pay taxes, poor, , rich, richest, , , taxation system, taxes, , Thai society,   

    Fiscal and tax reform needed to reduce poverty gap 

    Thai baht

    Thai baht: Flickr.com

    The Research Subcommittee of the National Counter Corruption Commission suggested that tax and fiscal reform must change in order to upgrade the country into an equitable and fair Thai society.

    The Research Subcommittee of the National Counter Corruption Commission, Professor Doctor Pasuk Phongpichit recommended that a fair society must have a taxation system that is acceptable and fair. Those receiving many benefits from public expenditure should be willing to pay taxes at a greater proportion of income, compared to those receiving fewer benefits. (More …)

     
  • Tom 7:24 pm on September 1, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , fruit, income, , logistics, logistics services, , services, shipping, , , ,   

    Thailand Post to set up fruit distribution centers nationwide 

    Thailand Post

    Thailand Post Company Limited and the Commerce Ministry have planned to establish fruit distribution centers nationwide as well as international logistics services. (More …)

     
  • Tom 7:00 am on August 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , durian, durian breed, earn, earn extra income, Edible Mountain, , income, , Langgong, Langsat, , Laplae, Longkong, Mae-Pool, mangosteen, , , , tropical fruits, Uttaradit, vegetables   

    ‘Edible Mountain’ in Laplae, Uttaradit, Thailand 

    Uttaradit bordering Lao

    In Thailand’s northern province of Uttaradit bordering Lao, villagers in Laplae district call their local mountain the ‘Edible Mountain’. The residents say they earn extra income from it by leaving it to look after itself.

    The mountain surrounding a village in Mae-Pool sub-district is deemed a magical mountain by locals, as fruits there can grow well without fertiliser or being watered by man. Nature looks after itself and when the harvest season arrives, locals just go there and collect the crops. (More …)

     
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