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If public holidays stimulated the economy, then I suggest cancelling work-days indefinitely.

What a ridiculous country this is. Little wonder in the real world it is only known for spicy food and lady boys.

How many more manufacturing jobs does Thailand have to lose, before someone wakes up and realize they are no longer competitive. In today's environment they can not afford even one.

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1 hour ago, Raphael Hythlodaeus said:

If public holidays stimulated the economy, then I suggest cancelling work-days indefinitely.

For the Citizens it often appears they have noted this suggestion. When I ask personnel working, they always seem to come from a neighboring country. Often seems hard to find Thai Citizens working in common labor positions. I think this has contributed to the down slide of hospitality within the country. Not saying the neighboring countries labor is poor, it's just doesn't carry the same soul that was once present within the nation; in 2000. We often assume they are Thai citizens, yet when asked they are not in most cases. Turns out Thai Citizens opt for the paid application positions, in the upper management or government slots. 100-200k and they get an application to apply, along with their University docs, they are set with a position for their remaining working years. 

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