Bangkok (NNT) – The response to the government’s half-payment campaign aimed at reducing the financial burden on people was overwhelmingly positive. The government plans to launch an SME out-of-pocket project by mid-2021 to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) become more competitive and reduce costs.
Government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said today that the government is preparing additional steps to support Thai SMEs, with the SME Promotion Agency (OSMEP) accounting for 50-80 of various costs, including product testing costs. Said to pay%. Business consulting related to certification registration, accounting, agriculture and food standards. These costs can be high and can interfere with SME product development and service. To qualify, the company must file a tax return with OSMEP and register with the agency.
The government plans to start a small business out-of-pocket project by the middle of this year. In addition, more than 3.1 million SMEs can further improve the quality of their products and services to meet the needs of their respective industries. They are given the opportunity to introduce products and services that comply with international standards. This is a new government project to revive and strengthen SMEs.
Regarding soft loan measures, the Bank of Thailand (BOT) and the Ministry of Finance are considering adjusting the standards to improve accessibility and increase loan amounts. In addition, the Asset Warehousing project allows creditors or banks to purchase assets and prevent them from being seized or closed. The minister will consider the details.
Consumer confidence rises for the first time in 3 months – Thai Business News
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