Economic ministers yesterday approved the draft retail and wholesale act in principle, but told the Commerce Ministry and related parties to patch up certain differences. The meeting chaired by Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva directed the ministry to work with the Thailand Trade Representative Office (TTR) and the Council of State to sort out differences between the draft prepared by the ministry and another one by the TTR and merge them into one proposal before submitting it for parliamentary debate.
Retail law versions must be reconciled, say ministers
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