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It appears tourism won’t be the only thing on the rise in Thailand next year. Thai industries appear to be holding the government to account, threatening they will hike prices if the price of electricity is raised in the new year. Entrepreneurs under the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) warned it will increase product prices by 5-12% if the government raises the power tariff next year. The Energy Regulatory Commission announced that the higher fuel tariff (Ft), which currently stands at 4.72 baht per kilowatt-hour (unit), will increase to 5.37-6.03 baht a unit in the first four months of next […]

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