The Democrat Party's economic team yesterday took the government to task for its failure to turn the economy around and warned the economic situation could go downhill.
A security officer supervises traffic going through the expressway plaza at Din Daeng yesterday, when the new expressway fees took effect. The charge for four-wheel vehicles increased from 45 baht to 50 baht; for six- to 10-wheelers from 70 baht to 75 baht; and for vehicles with more than 10 wheels from 100 baht to 110 baht. THANARAK KHOONTON
Sansern Samalapa, Atthawit Suwanpakdi and Chanin Rungsaeng took turns criticising the government's handling of the economy in the face of a rise in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) prices, electricity tariffs and expressway tolls which took effect yesterday.
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