Fresh carrot to stir interest in ailing SEZs
The Treasury Department will offer private investors a waiver on rental fees for state land in special economic zones (SEZs) near neighbouring countries for up to two years if they develop the rented areas within one year of signing the contracts.
Read more here: Bangkok Post – Business News
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