Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong insists that he has yet to see signs of a housing bubble, while acknowledging that the state's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure spending plan will drive a property boom.
Buyers hunt for bargains during the Houseand CondoFair at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. The residential property fair, organised by the Thai Real Estate Association, the Housing Business Association and the Thai Condominium Association, ends on Sunday. TAWEECHAI TAWATPAKORN
The strong property market is fuelled by real demand and a provincial market growing from a low base, Mr Kittiratt said yesterday at the House and Condo Fair in Bangkok.
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