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Anutin: Protests won't affect Thai tourism, dismisses claims of corruption in vaccine arrangements


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Speaking just four hours before the first group of Chinese tourists were due to touch down at Suvarnabhumi from Shanghai the minister told Naew Na that the tourists intended to come to Thailand and understood the country.

 

Here they come. Touching down wherever you want to be touched.

Quality tourists. Coffers full of money to be spend.

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Political protests had never had any effect on another sphere, he claimed, as protesters were in their own circle of influence. 

Is he smoking the green herb already.  He needs to check the history books, as the prior major protests and then the issue which arose indeed did reduce tourism.  This guy is just to Thick to think and research before he speaks, much like this entire government.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Speaking just four hours before the first group of Chinese tourists were due to touch down at Suvarnabhumi from Shanghai the minister told Naew Na that the tourists intended to come to Thailand and understood the country.

Is he referring to "the tourists" as in Chinese tourists? Because if so, he's right. They understand autocracy. This has always been an autocracy. But will these Chinese tourists understand totalitarianism? Because that's what we are heading towards right now. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Thailand favoring Oxford University in the development of a vaccine against Covid-19.

I am sure I read a report from him that Thailand was developing its

own Vaccine for Covid 19,and would be ready about now.

regards Worgeordie

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