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  2. How long before the O retirees will be required to have health insurance also?
  3. Calorific value of ethanol is much lower than gasoline. E85 will achieve about 76% of the fuel mileage of 100% gasoline.
  4. Certainly not all Brexiteers are racist bigots. But as Will Self succinctly put it, I doubt there were any racist bigots who voted Remain. Sent from my SM-A500F using Tapatalk
  5. Thai Watsadu opens Bt500 million store in Ban Chang By The Nation CRC Thai Watsadu - a unit of Central Retail Corporation that operates home improvement centres under the brands Thai Watsadu, baan & Beyond, and Auto 1 - has opened a new Bt500 million store in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1102659-thai-watsadu-opens-bt500-million-store-in-ban-chang/
  6. 300 million baht is the alleged amount of bills unpaid. It is such a minuscule amount that it should just be written off as a cost of doing business.
  7. Defenseless unborn babies are not included, apparently?
  8. Not sure what a multi entry retirement visa is but you should have no problem.
  9. Thai Watsadu opens Bt500 million store in Ban Chang By The Nation CRC Thai Watsadu - a unit of Central Retail Corporation that operates home improvement centres under the brands Thai Watsadu, baan & Beyond, and Auto 1 - has opened a new Bt500 million store in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). Situated in the smart city of Ban Chang, Rayong Province, the new branch, which is the 49th Thai Watsadu store nationwide, will serve the local demand for home improvement, while also highlighting Thai Watsadu as a trusted one-stop home improvement centre, the company said in a press release on Friday. The grand opening took place on Thursday. Suthisarn Chirathivat, chief executive officer of CRC Thai Watsadu Ltd, said: “We work to continue expanding our reach and have already opened up three new stores this year at Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Nakhon Pathom Province, and Si Maha Phot in Prachinburi Province. “Now we’re coming up with the latest store, our 49th store, at Ban Chang, Rayong Province, to address the demand for all kind of home products with reasonable prices for construction, fixing, and decoration purposes. “Covering an entire area of 40,000 square meters, this new store has a showroom that spans over an area of 17,000 square meters and is conveniently located on Sukhumvit Road, a strategic location of the EEC that allows it to contribute to the development of the city. With well-developed infrastructure and transportation system in place - including Motorway 7, U-Tapao Rayong-Pattaya International Airport, Map Ta Phut Industrial Port, and the High-Speed Rail Linking 3 Airports Project, for example - this city has a lot of potential to become a smart city. “Both private and public sectors, as well as the local people, have expected the city to enjoy economic growth from the EEC, resulting in rising land prices. Given foreign investors moving their production bases into Ban Chang area, the local real estate sector sees a promising growth from future investments in residential buildings, shopping malls, international schools, and hospitals, as well as retail businesses. As a result, Thai Watsadu has been working tirelessly to improve our brand image and product quality, create new services, and adjust our marketing strategy in response to the ever-changing consumer behaviours. "Our major target customers include both old and new ones within 15 kilometres from the new store - an area with 130,000 households, more than 30 housing estates, and five industrial estates: Asia, Hemaraj Eastern Seaboard, Map Ta Phut Industrial Port, Phadaeng Industrial Estate, and RIL Industrial Estate. “With this new store, we expect to make an interesting option for those looking for construction materials and home products, as well as related services that we provide using a team of experienced specialists - from 3D design, installation, and renovation, to fixing - and after-sales services that come with great care and a 180-day satisfaction guarantee.” -- © Copyright The Nation 2019-05-25 Follow Thaivisa on LINE for breaking Thailand news and visa info
  10. Exactly you need to pay that and have insurance, it's just a way to create some extra cash for corrupt officials
  11. I don't think anybody cares about the amount, it's the principal . It will end up in a slush fund for the corrupt officials. Not one baht will go to the correct avenues. Then in a year another announcement that it isn't enough to cover all the miscreants not paying and they need to increase it. Rinse and repeat every year. It's just another stealth tax
  12. Why aren't these scumbags banned for life? I'll never understand that.
  13. I am contemplating trying Phnom Penh once more for a second (consecutive) SETV from this consulate. Does anyone think this is not advisable? It would not be a problem if I had to move along to Saigon or Vientiane as a fallback. I suppose the worst case scenario would be a voided SETV in my passport. If this were to happen, would that have any negative impact on future applications at other consulates or with Thai immigration?
  14. I think government still levies this but charges it direct to airlines. It was 500 baht, payable by Thais as well as foreigners, and would have been a lot of revenue for the government to give up.
  15. Hi, iam 6 months into my 3rd multi entry retirement visa and I am looking to book a flight back to Australia. It could be for a period extending out to 3 months or so .....for family and business issues. I recall reading something..... that I may be jeopardizing my visa by been out of Thailand for more than 90 days. Guessing that’s got something to do with the 90 day report? Any one experienced this? Regards Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  16. That's the way it had always been here. You go to the DLT office to get permission and the fill in the details in the book. Up until a couple of years ago that is. My wife went in to get permission to leave the province and was told we didn't need to do that. Just fill in the book. So that's what we do and have never had a problem, knock on wood.
  17. That's exactly what's needed..a right winger to carve up a stuffy defence[emoji2] Sent from my SM-G7102 using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  18. Truck driver dodges charge for dangerous load as 33 tons of rice flip semi-trailer onto its side By Waranya Prompinpiras The truck and trailer flipped onto its side beside the bypass road yesterday afternoon (May 23). Photo: Phuket City Traffic Police PHUKET: The driver of a fully-loaded semi-trailer has escaped any charges for a dangerous incident that truck and trailer, full loaded with rice, flip onto its side beside the bypass road yesterday afternoon (May 23). Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1102657-truck-driver-dodges-charge-for-dangerous-load-as-33-tons-of-rice-flip-semi-trailer-onto-its-side/
  19. To repeat CH is correct in requesting links for fact check purposes. It is blindingly obvious the right of centre advocates are using Orwellian propaganda methods.
  20. Truck driver dodges charge for dangerous load as 33 tons of rice flip semi-trailer onto its side By Waranya Prompinpiras The truck and trailer flipped onto its side beside the bypass road yesterday afternoon (May 23). Photo: Phuket City Traffic Police PHUKET: The driver of a fully-loaded semi-trailer has escaped any charges for a dangerous incident that truck and trailer, full loaded with rice, flip onto its side beside the bypass road yesterday afternoon (May 23). Phuket City Traffic Police were alerted to the incident at 4:07pm, said Capt Bancha Kuenun, Phuket City Traffic Police. The truck had overturned at the entrance to the Namsang rice trade warehouse on the bypass road, he added. Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/truck-driver-dodges-charge-for-dangerous-load-as-33-tons-of-rice-flip-semi-trailer-onto-its-side-71537.php#PEctUg1hWLo0VuAX.97 -- © Copyright Phuket News 2019-05-25 Follow Thaivisa on LINE for breaking Thailand news and visa info
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