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Thailand gives CP Group October 15 deadline to sign $7 billion rail deal


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Looks like another high speed train project that will not get inked.

If the SRT has anything to do with it,it is doomed to failure.

The locals will still take the bus as cannot afford a ticket anyway.

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It's called Poker.

 

CP group is sitting with a couple of Aces and Anutin is bluffing with a 7 and 2 off suit.

 

Let's see how it plays out, but likley CP will get what they want, or they will walk (for now) and the Government will extend the deadline and finally give into the concessions.

 

CP didn't become the biggest and most successful conglomerate by being bullied by a deadline...in fact, didn't they miss the deadline for the submission for the new rail network by a few minutes...what did happen with that?

 

 

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8 hours ago, steve187 said:

is this train link bkk/dmk/utp really required and how busy would it be.

A rail link would be desireable but it doesn't need to be a very expensive high speed option considering the short distances involved.

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8 hours ago, DLock said:

It's called Poker.

 

CP group is sitting with a couple of Aces and Anutin is bluffing with a 7 and 2 off suit.

 

Let's see how it plays out, but likley CP will get what they want, or they will walk (for now) and the Government will extend the deadline and finally give into the concessions.

 

CP didn't become the biggest and most successful conglomerate by being bullied by a deadline...in fact, didn't they miss the deadline for the submission for the new rail network by a few minutes...what did happen with that?

 

 

Thank god, I thought I had dreamt it.  Where is the press when you want follow up?

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10 hours ago, natway09 said:

Looks like another high speed train project that will not get inked.

If the SRT has anything to do with it,it is doomed to failure.

The locals will still take the bus as cannot afford a ticket anyway.

So, back when Swampy was on the drawing board did you say the same thing? How about for the MRT or Skytrains?

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So pretentious, all the time. 

 

Does ANYONE believe that laws, rules and regulations matter in Thailand? 

 

For a giant like CP, money and power and connections are all that matter. 

 

Thailand is not a rule of law country but they insist on pretending at every opportunity. 

 

Boring 

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