YWCA Christmas charity sale has it all

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YWCA Christmas charity sale has it allpublished : 28 Dec 2021 at 04:00 newspaper section: [Life](http://search.bangkokpost.com/search/result_advanced?category=news&xNewsSection=Life) Myriad premium international products are presented during “YWCA Christmas Charity Bazaar 2021 x CentralWorld” at CentralWorld, Ratchadamri Road, until Jan 2. Held in collaboration with the Spouses of the Ambassadors of Thailand and YWCA Bangkok, this is probably the last chance of year for shoppers looking for perfect gifts to browse through a selection of quality and outstanding products from 25 countries. They … Read more about YWCA Christmas charity sale has it all

Minister suggests arrivals unlikely to meet forecast

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The number of international tourists next year might be lower than the Finance Ministry’s forecast because of the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant, said Finance Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith. The ministry projects seven million foreign tourist arrivals next year, up from the forecast of 200,000 for this year. There were around 40 million tourist arrivals in 2019. Last week the Bank of Thailand’s Monetary Policy Committee said it reduced its foreign tourist arrival outlook for 2022 from 6 million to 5.6 million, in line with the central bank’s existing assessment regarding downsid… Read more about Minister suggests arrivals unlikely to meet forecast

Work-from-home policy continues amid Omicron

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Businesses have decided to postpone a plan to lift their work-from-home policy due to the surge in Covid-19 infections linked with the Omicron variant, says the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI). About 16% of new infections in Thailand were proven to be cases of the Omicron coronavirus, said the Public Health Ministry over the weekend, referring to the latest random sample. The number of confirmed cases of the Omicron variant rose to 205 last Friday, up from 154 cases on Wednesday. “We will see the effect of Omicron more clearly after the New Year festival, especially new infection clusters,… Read more about Work-from-home policy continues amid Omicron

Commerce Ministry puts 2022 export growth at 3-4%

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The Commerce Ministry has set the export growth target at only 3-4% for next year, slightly lower than projections by private organisations, citing a spate of persistent risk factors such as prolonged Covid-19 outbreaks, stiffer measures for public health and the environment and a shortage of labour and semiconductors. Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit said the 3-4% growth target for next year from an estimated US$268.3 billion this year, up 16% from a year before, is based on a warning by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) that a renewed wave of the pandemic … Read more about Commerce Ministry puts 2022 export growth at 3-4%

GiftChill, the Mega Gift Cards Platform Adds Three Meme Coins to Their List to Purchase Gift Cards

The gift card platform has added DOGE, SHIB, and KISHU to expand Cryptocurrencies adoption giftchill added shiba inu, dogecoin and kishu inu TEL AVIV, Israel, Dec. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GiftChill (giftchill.co.uk), a cryptocurrency to gift card exchange platform, has recently added three more cryptocurrencies to its ever-growing list of accepted coins and tokens; […]