Thailand considers casino legalization for economic growth

Thailand considers casino legalization for economic growth

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Thailand considers casino legalization for economic growth

Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Thailand’s Labor Minister, has stated that she is in favor of the country’s casinos being legalized.

According to Thailand’s Labor Minister, casino legalization may have a major positive economic impact and generate employment of roughly fifty thousand jobs throughout five regions of Thailand.

This strategy has the backing of both main political parties in the ruling coalition. Ratchakitprakarn proposes that in order to increase employment and economic growth, casinos should be located in smaller provinces around the nation.

Ratchakitprakarn highlights the need for more tourist attractions, airports, and rail stations in these cities to accommodate the flood of visitors. Songkhla and Chiang Rai are possible venues for casinos. Genting Singapore has expressed interest in constructing an integrated resort in Thailand, indicating a desire to go beyond gambling.

A report on legalizing casinos will be reviewed by the parliament by a committee of the House of Representatives in Thailand. This indicates a shift in Thailand’s attitude toward entertainment and gambling.

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