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7 hours ago, webfact said:

“In the first half of the year, investors were risk-off, but now they are risk-on,” said Tak, referring to investors’ appetite for exposure to risks.

so they will also be taking a drive around the country?

or perhaps drinking to water or breathing the air? 

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43 minutes ago, Leaver said:

Correct.  

 

How good would your 800,000 baht look sitting in a bank in Vietnam, earning 6%, with a lower cost of living.  

Before the virus, you could find 7.9% on savings at some banks.  Fixed deposit should be higher.   The current Thai government must think Thailand is beyond compare with its neighbors, or they think farangs dumb struck with love.  Socially, Thailand is great, but for work it is way behind almost all of Asia.    

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1 hour ago, yellowboat said:

The current Thai government must think Thailand is beyond compare with its neighbors, or they think farangs dumb struck with love. 

I've met a couple of western guys that moved from Thailand to Vietnam with their Thai wives.  One of the couples have a cafe there.  

 

The writing is on the wall for the future for expats who are on a fixed pension which is not providing a decent quality of lifestyle in their retirement.  

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