TAT touts competitive enhancement fund

The tourism industry should have a competitiveness enhancement fund to transform businesses in order to avoid a massive collapse in the post-pandemic era, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).TAT governor Yuthasak Supasorn said the objective of such a fund is not to remedy ...

Narumon Kasemsuk

Tourism operators' confidence index up in third quarter [Video]

The Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT) has reported that the tourism operators’ confidence index increased from 37 points in the second quarter to 60 points in the third quarter, following the lifting of various COVID-19 restrictions.Keep watching ...

Finance Ministry earmarks B100bn for tourism

The Finance Ministry is preparing to offer 100 billion baht in soft loans as a lifeline to coronavirus-ravaged tourism operators as part of new relief measures that will seek the cabinet’s approval by early March.The soft loans, sponsored by the Government Savings Bank (GSB), will ...

Wichit Chantanusornsiri

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