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Economic ministers to discuss tourism, exports at Oct 7 meeting

Sep 30. 2019
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By THE NATION

The council of economic ministers will meet on October 7 to discuss the current economic situation and also seek solutions for obstacles facing the tourism industry, Kobsak Pootrakool, deputy secretary-general to the prime minister for political affairs, said.

The ministers will also discuss the country’s export situation, he added.

The Commerce Ministry will present the latest export report to the meeting as well as the measures to boost exports for the rest of this year.

He added that the council wants to tackle all problems in the tourism sector, which is entering the high season.

The meeting will also focus on gross domestic product this year meeting the target of 3 per cent.

The next council meetings, scheduled for October 16 and November 1, will discuss ways to help small and medium-sized enterprises survive the economic difficulties and creative economy issues.

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