Chamber of Commerce: Mr.Suwit’s withdrawal affects govt’s stabilityJuly 30th, 2008 - 10:24 am ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi
The President of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Pramon Suthivong, says he could not assess the investment impact from the withdrawal of the Puea Pandin Party leader, Deputy Prime Minister and Industry Minister Suwit Khunkitti, from the coalition government.
Mr. Pramon says Mr. Suwit has decided to withdraw his party from the the coalition government led by the People Power Party yesterday (July 29th). He says some members of his party may not agree with Mr. Suwit’s decision.
The Thai Chamber of Commerce President says the government’s stability would certainly be affected, and this change could bring about major consequences.
However, Mr. Pramon says the public would be following the upcoming Cabinet reshuffle closely, and investors would be interested in the new economic ministers after the reshuffle.
Source : National News Bureau, Public Relations Department of Thailand
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