Business activities in the far South are expected to proceed as normal today after security agencies assured traders of their safety and asked residents not to believe rumours about a pending attack.
Narathiwat Chamber of Commerce chairman Kukiat Burapapong said business operators should have more confidence about running their business today. More than half the local shops kept their doors closed last Friday.
Leaflets were distributed in several areas in the South last week, ordering businesses to stop operating on Fridays, when Muslims hold weekly prayers.
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