Thailand is now Southeast Asia's capital of convenience stores as consumers have dearly embraced modern trade as part of their 21st century lifestyle.
The new format for 7-Eleven stores with parking spaces on Ratchaphruek Road in Bangkok. PITSINEE JITPLEECHEEP
The evidence lies in the numbers. Convenience stores can now be found at every corner in Bangkok and major provinces. Each store serves 3,000 households nearby today, compared to 10,000 in 1989, when the first convenience store was opened in the country.
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