Re: Alibaba deal no monopoly threat: PM, The Sunday Nation, April 22 There is a monopoly threat.
The rule of Thai pronouncements is: if there is a clear denial, it must be true.
Have another look at the photo; that is the smile of a guy who just signed a monopoly deal.
“Prayut said he was well aware of the concerns but urged the public to open their minds to accept good benefits from the collaboration, Government Spokesman Lt-General Sansern Kaewkamnerd said yesterday.”
Sansern is valuable, whatever he says, believe the opposite; as to the content, a coup is monopolising the government; are there varying degrees of monopoly? Not meaningful ones.
China does not do anything for free. Payback is hell.
It’s not a monopoly, we’re just going to only deal with one chap. A (non) monopolistic deal between a junta government and a multi-billionaire oligarch? Wherever did you get that idea? Haven’t you listened to his songs – everything is for the country!
“ Prayut said he was well aware of the concerns but urged the public to open their minds.” Yes, and should the public also open their minds when it comes to your deputy and his watches? When should people open and close their minds? Please do tell.
I think the proper term is oligopoly.