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News by Country: Thailand

20 November 2020

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Thailand

·      Travel bug: Why tourism in Asia will never be the same (Nikkei Asian Review, 26 August 2020)

·      Exports drop, but show signs of recovery (Bangkok Post, 24 August 2020)

·      Covid-19 crisis hits hard for the elderly (Bangkok Post, 23 August 2020)

·      Thai Youth Want Power Returned To The People (The ASEAN Post, 22 August 2020)

·      Asia-Pacific: The coronavirus increases unemployment among young people (Asia News, 19 August 2020)

·      Tourism, trade badly hit; biggest drop in GDP since 1998 crisis (Straits Times, 18 August 2020)

·      Up to 1.76m face possible job loss (Bangkok Post, 18 August 2020)

·      Thailand ranked world's safest tourist destination amid COVID-19 (The Jakarta Post, 17 August 2020)

·      94 Thai workers in Uzbekistan happy to return home thanks to government assistance (Bangkok Post, 14 August 2020)

·      Special flight for 94 stranded workers (Bangkok Post, 11 August 2020)

·      Repatriation of Thai citizens from Bahrain suspended as embassy worker tests positive for virus (The Thaiger, 10 August 2020)

·      Thailand ready to open border for Cambodian migrant workers (Khmer Times, 6 August 2020)

·      Sex workers from Singapore to Bangkok feel COVID chill (Nikkei Asian Review, 5 August 2020)

·      Exporters cautioned as headwinds mount (Bangkok Post, 3 August 2020)

·      Thai lingerie maker lays off 753 workers over coronavirus downturn (Reuters, 31 July 2020)

·      Hourly wage push poses 'abuse' risk (Bangkok Post, 28 July 2020)

·      Thai migrant workers get go-ahead to return to farms in Israel (Bangkok Post, 28 July 2020)

·      Migrants struggle to return despite sealed borders (Bangkok Post, 26 July 2020)

·      Thailand let labourers ease shortage (Myanmar Times, 23 July 2020)

·      Migrant workers in Thailand at risk of abuse amid economic slowdown (ASEAN Today, 22 July 2020)

·      CCSA considers sixth phase of COVID easing to allow foreigners and migrant workers (The Phuket News, 20 July 2020)

·      Thailand's rulers must act fast to reverse COVID-19 economic damage  (Nikkei Asian Review, 20 July 2020)

·      COVID-19, electric vehicles to reshape Thailand’s auto industry (CNA, 17 July 2020)

·      Asia's garment workers say coronavirus used as cover to smash unions (Business Times, 16 July 2020)

·      Fujitsu in first big WFH move (Bangkok Post, 15 July 2020)

·      Migrants seeking work held in Chachoengsao for illegal entry (Bangkok Post, 12 July 2020)

·      Thailand Issues Stimulus Packages to Boost Domestic Tourism (ASEAN Briefing, 9 July 2020)

·      Thailand needs to do more to support older people from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic (Relief Web, 8 July 2020)

·      Developing World Loses Billions in Money From Migrant Workers (Bangkok Post, 7 July 2020)

·      Thailand Still Tepid on Tourists as Virus Fears Linger  (VOA News, 6 July 2020)

·      Major Impact from COVID-19 to Thailand’s Economy, Vulnerable Households, Firms (Modern Diplomacy, 3 July 2020)

·      Thailand’s migrant sex workers fear for the future (Global Times, 2 July 2020)

·      8.3 million Thai workers will lose employment or income in 2020 says World Bank (Thailand Business News, 1 July 2020)

·      Sporadic factory operation forces Myanmar workers to return despite Thailand’s easing of lockdown (The Nation Thailand, 1 July 2020)

·      Japan welcomes Thai workers (Bangkok Post, 29 June 2020)

·      7 in 10 workers in Malaysia, Thailand uncomfortable returning to workplace (hrmasia, 25 June 2020)

·      50,000 select foreigners to start arriving next week (Bangkok Post, 24 June 2020)

·      Undocumented returnees from Thailand detained for not paying fine (Eleven, 22 June 2020)

·      Thousands of Thai workers to return to Taiwan (Bangkok Post, 21 June 2020)

·      Police on look out for illegal border crossings (Bangkok Post, 21 June 2020)

·      Fisherfolk helping out Thailand’s essential workers is the community spirit we need right now (Green Peace, 19 June 2020)

·      Thailand: small, low-tech firms suffer the most during COVID-19 pandemic (Modern Diplomacy, 18 June 2020)

·      Livelihoods of more than 55 million domestic workers at risk due to COVID-19 (Modern Diplomacy, 17 June 2020)

·      Thailand to allow re-entry of Myanmar migrant workers (The Inquirer, 16 June 2020)

·      Auto workers miss out as AI gobbles up jobs (Bangkok Post, 15 June 2020)

 

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