BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand will introduce a package of measures next month to help its tourism industry reeling from a coronavirus outbreak, its deputy prime minister said on Friday. The package ...
The new measures - which the cabinet is expected to vote on this month - will be substantial enough to boost consumption, tourism and other economic activity, Uttama Savanayana told reporters.
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BANGKOK, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Thailand will introduce a package of measures next month to help its tourism industry reeling from a coronavirus outbreak, its deputy prime minister said on Friday.
The new measures - which the cabinet is expected to vote on this month - will be substantial enough to boost consumption, tourism and other economic activity, Uttama Savanayana told reporters.
The new measures - which the cabinet is expected to vote on this month - will be substantial enough to boost consumption, tourism and other economic activity, Uttama Savanayana told reporters.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand will introduce a package of measures next month to help its tourism industry reeling from a coronavirus outbreak, its deputy prime minister said on Friday. The package ...