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The Thai Hotels Association is petitioning the government to reconsider collecting the full rate of land and building tax this year. THA president Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi says imposing the levy will have a serious impact on businesses fighting for survival. “The government should carefully look at the context, as hotel revenue remains much lower than the value of properties, especially for those in prime locations. Tax calculation based on land appraisal is not reasonable in this environment because some properties remain closed. If the government doesn’t continue measures such as the tax cuts issued in 2020-21, more hotel workers might […]

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The current administration should consider tax free for at least 2 years. This is a good opportunity to support the industry to give some boost to the tourism industry. Further more, this can be a plus point in the upcoming election for the current ruling party.

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