The government should issue 2,000-baht coupons to people earning less than 10,000 baht a month to spend at shops selling cheap products under a government scheme, suggested an economist.
Shoppers buy vegetables at the Min Buri fresh market on Monday. NATTHITI AMPRIWAN
Aat Pisanwanich, director of the Center for International Trade Studies at the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, said the 2,000-baht coupons should be issued for one year for recipients to spend at took jai shops supported by the Commerce Ministry as well as shops supported by the Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry.
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