The first tax rebates under the government's first-car buyers' incentive programme will be paid on Friday.
Deputy Finance Minister Viroon Tejapaibul on Monday announced that the first 47 qualified applicants would receive tax rebates worth 3.5 million baht. He said the Excise Department and the Office of the Comptroller-General were in charge of processing the rebates. Under the programme that the Pheu Thai government introduced last year, first-time buyers of new cars are eligible to claim tax rebates of up to 100,000 baht.Mr Viroon said that because last year's floods disrupted car production, the government would extend the eligibility period for the programme. Originally, buyers had to take delivery of their...
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