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AS one of the most tourism-dependent countries in the world, Thailand is eyeing plans for vaccine passports and quarantine waivers as the global Covid-19 inoculation drive gathers pace.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Thailand's tourism reopening plans are gaining momentum as authorities roll out a national inoculation program and look into coronavirus vaccine passports and quarantine waivers.
Thailand sees US$10bil investment in industrial east this year as only 80 Covid-19 cases confirmed on Monday (March 1)
Thailand expects investment to triple to at least US$10 billion in the country's industrial east this year as investment projects previously held by the coronavirus outbreak get pushed forward again as the pandemic eases.
BANGKOK, Feb 22 (Bloomberg): Thailand extended a state of emergency until the end of March and ordered easing of some Covid-19 containment measures as authorities prepared to start a vaccination drive as early as next week.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Time magazine has named prominent Thai human-rights lawyer Arnon Nampa among its influential “Time 100 Next” list of emerging leaders who are shaping the future.
SINGAPORE, Feb 15 (Reuters): Singapore and Thai share markets began a data-heavy week on a firm footing on Monday after the two Southeast Asian economies contracted less than expected in the final quarter of 2020.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s fiscal and monetary policies must work in step as the government tries to revive the tourism-reliant economy after a recent wave of coronavirus infections, the finance minister said yesterday.
BANGKOK, Feb 9 (Reuters): Thailand's consumer spending over the Lunar New Year could drop by more than a fifth to 44.9 billion baht (US$1.5 billion) from 2020 after a Covid-19 outbreak hits consumption and activity, the commerce university has announced.
As much of the world tightens lockdowns to stem coronavirus, Dubai has flung its doors open, branding itself as a sunny, quarantine-free escape – despite a sharp rise in cases.