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The hotel industry is asking the government to extend a land and building tax cut that was enacted in June of 2020, citing the continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic with no economic recovery in sight. They requested the 90% tax cut be extended for 2 more years, or, failing that, enact a new tax cut of 70 to 80% to keep hotels afloat while tourism is nothing more than a trickle in Thailand. The president of the Thai Hotels Association called for the tax break on land and buildings to be extended, saying that the revenue levels now in 2022 […]

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I guess if they can extend the emergency decree, then they can extend these tax breaks and benefits. Covid restrictions were imposed by the government. It should be the government that helps effected businesses to survive.

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