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Central urges cut in luxury fashion taxes

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The Central Group of Companies will step up efforts to convince the government to reduce import taxes on luxury fashion products this year. 

It wants to raise Thailand's profile as a shopping destination, which some experts say is on par with many of the world's leading retail venues.

"In terms of food, services, hotels and tourist and sport destinations, Hong Kong and Singapore do not have anything better than our country except for lower prices of fashion products," said Chart Chirathivat, managing director of Central Embassy.

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