“Productivity, confidence and consumer spending will remain low in the period ahead.”
Thailand’s government has set July 1 for the lifting of many of the remaining business lockdown measures and, tentatively, the resumption of some international travel although nothing has been confirmed at this stage. Security officials say all businesses and activities will be allowed to resume fully in July.
The secretary-general of the National Security Council says the lift of restrictions will amount to a complete reopening of the country, but that people’s cooperation is important, especially regarding the use of face masks, social distancing, handwashing and limited activities.
PHOTO: Amonthep Chawla, head of the research office at CIMB Thai Bank
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