The government is set to scrap its subsidy for the low-cost Took Jai (favourite) shop project, leaving participating small shops to be managed by the Public Warehouse Organisation (PWO).
The Took Jai shop in the Commerce Ministry compound in Bangkok. KITJA APICHONROJAREK
Wiboonlasana Ruamraksa, director-general of the Internal Trade Department, said the department will this month end the 1.32 billion baht of support for the project, which pays shop owners to set up a corner for low-cost daily-life items.
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