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  • New co-payment phase may expand
    The Finance Ministry is willing to expand eligibility for phase 3 of the Khon La Khrueng co-payment scheme beyond the original limit of 31 million people, says director-general of the Fiscal Policy Office Kulaya Tantitemit.
    15 June 2021,
  • More curbs eased in capital
    Five types of businesses and public establishments in Bangkok reopened on Monday under strict disease control regulations following a months-long shutdown due to the third wave of Covid-19.
    15 June 2021,
  • Airlines cautiously optimistic on travel demand
    The tourism and aviation industries are hoping the country's mass vaccination scheme can improve travel sentiment and gradually bolster the economy.
    15 June 2021,
  • Sweden make no apologies after Spain stalemate
    SEVILLE: Sweden were out-passed by a factor of over five to one against Spain in their opening Euro 2020 Group E match but they made no apologies for shutting down the Spaniards in a dull 0-0 draw on Monday.
    15 June 2021,
  • FTI anxious over vaccination delays
    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has voiced fresh concern over the delay in the vaccination campaign due to a vaccine shortage, a setback that may erode public trust in the Prayut Chan-o-cha administration.
    15 June 2021,
  • 'At least 10' may face probe over 'Boss' acquittal role
    The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) is considering whether to launch an inquiry against at least 10 people for their alleged role in delaying justice in the 2012 hit-and-run case involving Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya.
    15 June 2021,
  • Industry urges rethink on token ban
    The Thailand Digital Asset Operators Trade Association (TDO) is seeking a revision following the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) recent ban on trading of meme-based tokens such as Dogecoin, fan-based tokens, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and exchange-issued tokens.
    15 June 2021,
  • Racing back to the classrooms
    Students were thrilled to go back to school on the first day of the 2021 academic year, after a long period of online learning at home as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
    15 June 2021,
  • Public health 'needs more financing'
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Monday defended an executive decree issued by him to borrow 500 billion baht to fund various Covid-19 projects, promising to allocate more money to cover public healthcare costs if need be.
    15 June 2021,
  • Prayut won't lay vaccine blame
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha refused to lay the blame for recent vaccination cancellations for individuals or state agencies when speaking to reporters at parliament on Monday, saying reports had been muddled by too many sources.
    15 June 2021,