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6 months VAT Free Zone considered to help rally-affected entrepreneurs

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“Vat Free Zone” marketing strategy is recommended to be adopted for six months by the rally-affected entrepreneurs in a bid to commercially alleviate their business situation after the United Front of Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) protestors ended their long-time rally.

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Ms Chadatip Chutrakul, CEO of Siam Piwat disclosed that the rally-affected business operators around Ratchaprasong junction had initiated the optional marketing strategy namely “VAT Free Zone” and proposed to Secretary-General to the Prime Minister, Korbsak Sabhavasu for taking it into account with hopes of being utilized to secure their current business situation.

via “VAT Free Zone” urged to be adopted by rally-affected entrepreneurs : National News Bureau of Thailand.

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