Fourteen retailers have agreed to reduce the prices of more than 10,000 products by 20-70% from Aug 19-24 to mark Commerce Day and comply with the junta's policy of trying harder to decrease people's cost of living.
Santichai: Striving to help consumers
Santichai Santawanpas, deputy director–general of the Internal Trade Department, yesterday said the price cuts by retailers and modern trade operators including Tesco Lotus, Big C, Makro, Tops Supermarket, Central, The Mall and Robinson would help to reduce the cost of living for consumers by more than 1 billion baht.
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