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Tourism facing further suffering as fears of escalation in protests mount, industry leader


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The  whole country is suffering under the current administration, whose performance is the reason for the protests. Bring in real democracy and the country and economy will flourish.

Your avin a laff sunshine, your dopey mob were strangling tourism here long before the virus/ protests. Just a case of blame anybody/ anything but yourselves for destroying tourism here.

Nothing escapes this man!

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Don't think there are many business people joining in the demonstrations. Whilst some of them may agree to a degree with the principal of the demos, I'm sure their bottom line comes first. And their shop windows come a close second.

 

Most people in business I know prefer to work around problems rather than rock the boat. 

 

It's academic either way, as nothing is going to change drastically in the next 6 months by which time any potential tourists will have forgotten about the current situation, and the current situation will  be resolved.  He said, hopefully.

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4 hours ago, darksidedog said:

The  whole country is suffering under the current administration, whose performance is the reason for the protests.

Bring in real democracy and the country and economy will flourish.

So you think that democracy, Thaksin style for example, will repair the economy overnight, and that while the world is reeling under the Wuhan virus?

Dream on......

Democracy often is not bringing any good to the people.

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