ニュースの中での Thailand

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Malay Mail
· Thailand plans package to drive domestic tourism as virus hits global travel  
BANGKOK, June 2 — Thailand plans a stimulus package to boost domestic travel to support the economy as the coronavirus pandemic cuts foreign visitor numbers, a finance ministry official said today.
Bangkok Post
· Cabinet approves B290bn upgrade for U-Tapao airport  
The corridor is the government’s attempt to bolster long-term investment to improve Thailand’s economic outlook, which has been badly damaged in the recent weeks by the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The Japan Times
· As WHO praised China for virus response, officials quietly steamed over lack of info  
That day, Thailand informed the WHO, said Tanarak Plipat, deputy director-general of the Department of Disease Control at Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health.
Bangkok Post
· Chinese man arrested for growing cannabis in warehouse  
The suspect had visited Thailand in 2018 and left Afterwards he revisited on a student visa, claiming to learn Muay Thai.
Malay Mail
· CMCO: Updated SOPs for daycare centres tabled today, says Ismail Sabri  
Approximately 168 Malaysians were brought back yesterday from Thailand, Singapore, China, Australia and the Netherlands, and placed in quarantine.
BBC Sport
· Costello & Bunce podcast: What does the future hold for Britain’s seven world champions?  
He was scheduled to defend his titles against mandatory challenger Apinun Khongsong from Thailand in May.
Bangkok Post
· 1 new Covid case, 1 more death in Thailand Tuesday  
The average age of Covid-19 patients in Thailand has been 37, with the oldest 97 and the youngest a 1-month-old baby.
Yonhap News
· BTS' agency Big Hit opens online global audition  
Last year, Big Hit's representatives traveled to eight different regions and countries, including the U.S., Canada, Thailand, Australia, Bangkok and Hong Kong, to unearth new talent with strong potential.
Bangkok Post
· Recovery stimulus coming together  
The Finance Ministry plans to set up a fund to help SMEs access funding after many operators complained the Bank of Thailand's soft loans, totalling 500 billion baht, remain out of reach, he said.