Economic priorities for driving growth

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The Bangkok Post

The government is being urged to prioritise the continuation of infrastructure and special economic zone development, promotion of the bio-, circular and green (BCG) economic model, and legal amendments to promote the ease of doing business. The goal is to drive the Thai economy forward next year. Kobsak Pootrakool, senior executive vice-president of Bangkok Bank and former minister to the Prime Minister’s Office, said the government should continue infrastructure development including double-track railways, building ports for tourism purposes, mass transit projects in Bangkok, and motorways l…

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