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‘Old car for new car’ project decision delayed to next week


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8 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

However, automakers warned it could dampen sales and lead to stagnation of the industry as car owners would delay buying a new car until they hear what kinds of old car are covered by the scheme.

You can bet Honda Clicks and Scoopy's are not included!

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1 hour ago, steveyinasia said:

Probably end up like the last brilliant car buying scheme, lots of new cars that people cannot really afford because they are saving a few 100,000 baht.

I understand this is a tax relief, not a straight Bt100,000 refund, so it will be the best paid workers and good earning business men/women , that will benefit the most.

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This sticks of help for the military and their voter base the middle and upper class who get free money at Christmas every year in their shop/tax present now this. This doesn't help the poor farmers or the poor scraping a daily subsistence living. Mr T did it best with the actual tax cut on new pickups which the poor could use as recreational and earn money with. 

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More cars on the road, more pedestrians, more drivers-not-paying-attention, more drivers drunk or on drugs, more accidents, more weak, and sick, are culled = more ambulances, more tow trucks, more police employed, more hospital and morgue business.

 

Sounds like a win !

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On 12/1/2020 at 2:12 PM, Scot123 said:

This sticks of help for the military and their voter base the middle and upper class who get free money at Christmas every year in their shop/tax present now this. This doesn't help the poor farmers or the poor scraping a daily subsistence living. Mr T did it best with the actual tax cut on new pickups which the poor could use as recreational and earn money with. 

True.

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