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As the Thai baht gains more strength exports and tourism will fall even further and dropping the its rate by just 25 basis points will do nothing for the economy .   It seems destined for th

The current Australian pension is approximately 37,900 baht, a reasonable sum to live on in Thailand but of course it doesn’t meet the Immigration requirement. I think that we just have to sit it

well take her with you, and if you cant afford to, you shouldnt have married her in the first place.

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16 minutes ago, keith101 said:

Already taken her and hates it and we have been married for nearly 10 yrs and together for over 13 and did not expect the exchange rate to get so bad .

 

 

Bad choice by your wife.......... she should have gone for Japanese.

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53 minutes ago, keith101 said:

I DONT KNOW WHERE YOU GOT THAT FIGURE FROM  but my next payment due Monday will be around 35,200 well under what your saying and going down despite the bi-annual increases to the pension . The actual 28 day payment is $1,700.80 which the basic amount which all overseas pensioners get .

Think yourself lucky my UK pension (after 35 years of contributions) is under $AUS1000 for 28 days with NO inflation increases,

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