With floodwaters predicted to hit central Bangkok in the next few days, Industry Minister Wannarat Charnnukul says the Thai government cabinet has agreed in principle to provide 250 billion baht ($8.2 billion) in loans for business recovery. The money will be raised through loans from the Government Savings Bank, commercial banks and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, the Bangkok Post reports. Board of Investment Secretary General Atchaka Sibunruang is quoted by the paper as ...

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