Operators seek tourism law reform following scam

Tour operators are calling for tourism laws to be reformed to protect travel agents, not only customers, following an alleged Japan tour scam worth 14 million baht. Ten retail travel agents filed a complaint against one wholesale company with the Royal Thai Police’s Central Investigation Bureau ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Deputy Premier Wissanu admits Thai laws obsolete

Deputy Prime Minister for Legal Affairs Wissanu Krea-Ngam has conceded that many laws in force in Thailand are outmoded.Calling for an urgent legal modernization, Wissanu said a number of laws in Thailand are not compatible with international treaties and agreements, and some of them appear ...

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