Slowdown won’t keep Chinese from calling Bangkok ‘second home’

High prices for medicines and medical services at private hospitals have been draining money from consumers’ pockets and are increasingly challenging the healthcare sector in Thailand.

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Slowdown won’t keep Chinese from calling Bangkok ‘second home’ – "Our market is so tiny compared with huge demand from China," he said, adding the capital has become a "second home" for many Chinese. Noble’s view runs counter to the argument that a glut of.

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