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Thai govt's stimulus measures boost economic growth by 3%

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when you got give your own civilians money to spend into the economy you must know in reality there is no real growth lol .

Last 5yrs has put a massive downturn on tourism and business/exports .

without massive change on baht, export and real needed projects like water management they going sink further ...

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The source of this post tells you everything you need to know. 

 

A North Korea - esque press release. 

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13 hours ago, seajae said:

and can we actually believe this 3% figure or is it a another face saving one once again like all the other figures they make up when things are going down the gurgler

TAT rebadged ?

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16 hours ago, webfact said:

will help the Thai economy expand by 3% this year.

Dreamers!!!

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

The Center for Economic and Business Forecasting of the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) has forecast that the second phase of this campaign will help the Thai economy expand by 3% this year

 

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It is called propaganda <deleted> !!!

They are obviously pretty desperate 🤣

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The people who are supposed to get this money(the poor)are not getting any of it.

It is given to people who have cars and houses already,they can drive to the place where they (have)to spend their money.

Poor people do not even have bank accounts,let alone the wheels to drive them to shopping malls.

I see it as a plan to push more money in one direction.

How do you see this Asian person?

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Thai govt's stimulus measures boost economic growth by 3%

 

What's with the fake headline I hope we're not stooping so low as to put up BS headlines just for click bait as nowhere in the article does it mention the economy having been boosted by 3% due to econonomic stimulus.

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This has to be the most productive and fastest acting "Stimulus Package "ever put forward by ANY Government in the World.

Not only has the scheme been running just about a Month, but already figures have been collected, correlated and published as to the schemes affect on the Economy.

Really Amazing Thailand

 

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25 minutes ago, Cake Monster said:

This has to be the most productive and fastest acting "Stimulus Package "ever put forward by ANY Government in the World.

Not only has the scheme been running just about a Month, but already figures have been collected, correlated and published as to the schemes affect on the Economy.

Really Amazing Thailand

 

They only started admitting the economy might be having problems 2 weeks ago,and now it's all fixed.

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Government stimulus packages are not free money.

It doesn't come from wealthy foreign nations investing in Thailand because of substantial tax benefits.

It doesn't come from Thailand's wealthy persons nor large corporations.

It comes from the Thai middle-class who themselves are struggling in a faltering economy.

These "handouts" to the low-income class just perpetuates their dependence on a gratuitous government that in effect reinforces social inequality.

Know your place and loyalty if you want more.

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