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Expert slams govt for abandoning move requiring van operators to switch to microbus

By The Nation

 

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Picture of microbuses already used in interprovincial routes

 

The government has come under fire for the about-turn on its policy requiring public van transport operators to switch to buses.

 

Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1117244-expert-slams-govt-for-abandoning-move-requiring-van-operators-to-switch-to-microbus/

 

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