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23 August 2014 :: 02:08:18 am 91177

DSI Holds Seminar About Foreign Businesses In Pattaya

The DSI held a seminar at Nong Nooch Gardens in order to prevent foreign investors dominating businesses in Pattaya after they encouraged foreign investment as part of a free trade policy which has now become a problem.
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PATTAYA – August 21, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News];- at 09.00 am at Nong nooch Garden Pol.Lt.Col.Pongin Indarakaw-commander of the Department of Special Investigation- chaired the opening ceremony of seminar for preventing wrongdoings of foreigners in Pattaya. At the ceremony were Ms.Umaporn Prapasert-director of information section-, DSI officers, officers of DBD (Department of Business Development), TAT (Tourism Authority of Thailand) and hoteliers.

 

Pol.Lt.Col.Pongin revealed that according to the policy which Thailand had promoted and supported free trade, foreign investors had invested in Thailand more and more. As a result it affected the SME in the local area because the foreign investors had dominated businesses such as restaurants, laundry services, Thai massage, tour guides and spas.
Therefore the Department of Special Investigation held a seminar in order to reach a goal to stop this kind of business. They aimed to run the project in Pattaya first because there were a lot of foreign investors.

 

Foreign Businesses Foreign Businesses

 

They had discussed about the duty, authority and responsibility of officers to inspect foreign businesses. Plus they aimed to prevent wrongdoings of foreign investors in Pattaya. The representatives from each section had discussed solutions to the problems.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Business News

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