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China brought virus , thai ruined economy . Wait a month or two and China will be back and they can renegotiate again .

 

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19 hours ago, Destiny1990 said:

He needs to go to his lawyer instead of to the police !

cant afford a lawyer NOW !!!!

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Most likely the Chinese asked for a fair price and the owner refused, thus not paying anything at all. I would not know who does continue a lease with this stuff, I mean, after a few months it became quite evident that tourists would not be returning soon. I have asked many people wether their rents were reduced and the majority said no. Only some who were over paying already got a reduction, to the actual real price lol.

Besides the fact it wasn't going that great with tourism before COVID already too. Well guess that last one doesn't apply to the Chinese.

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20 hours ago, Scot123 said:

Its Thailand and hi so Thais first port of call is the police with do you know who my uncle  is!!!! 

I give up " who is your uncle, your brother? " would be an interesting reply to this :whistling:

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20 hours ago, PatOngo said:

I think Thailand should attack China! :thumbsup:

There is a small problem in doing so,first not enough submarines.

Second,Thailand just (re)negotiated buying the subs by asking for easier payments because,

well er eu,what can i say,oh yeah ,there are no Chinese tourists.

Can not pay the elderly and people with special needs.(just a rumour)

There's a hole in the bucket,dear Lisa.

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Love these stories,

i look forward to more like this,  in the coming months.

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On 9/14/2020 at 11:12 AM, andre47 said:

''Prem asked the police to investigate a possible case of fraud amounting to 40 million baht''

Fraud? I don't think so...it is just Covid 19 ==> no tourists ==> no money

Would probably be better to sue the Thai government for preventing his customers from entering the country.

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1 hour ago, jvs said:

There is a small problem in doing so, first not enough submarines.

Second, Thailand just (re)negotiated buying the subs by asking for easier payments because,

well er eu, what can i say, oh yeah ,there are no Chinese tourists.

Can not pay the elderly and people with special needs.(just a rumour)

There's a hole in the bucket, dear Lisa.

Yes, but that was all before old Somchai got ripped off for 7 mill!

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8 hours ago, essox essox said:

cant afford a lawyer NOW !!!!

He received  a million bht the month prior to corona. If u think that fairtex hotel and kickboxing gym owners can’t afford a lawyer that’s funny. 

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On 9/15/2020 at 7:32 PM, Destiny1990 said:

He received  a million bht the month prior to corona. If u think that fairtex hotel and kickboxing gym owners can’t afford a lawyer that’s funny. 

Depends if it's under finance, or not.  

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On 9/14/2020 at 3:08 PM, PatOngo said:

I think Thailand should attack China! :thumbsup:

with tanks and the new submarines   ?

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China's really sorry that Mr Fairfax Newspaper or whatever his name is lost 40 million,  but they tell him wait six months and he will send many chinese to his rooms and they and he can have free fried rice for one year.

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