Deputy Transport Minister Chatt Kuldiloke last week vowed to upgrade the country's railway network as his first priority, besides the...
Key elements of the incoming government's populist policies, particularly the planned increase in the minimum wage and heavy subsidies, are a major concern for companies, as they fear the measures will slow the business sector down over the remainder of the year and during 2012.
As expected, the Cabinet quickly approved the huge Bt66-billion budget for its populist policies with the hope of winning majority support in the next general election.
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