Khon Kaen residents agree with the 10,000 baht digital wallet policy, seeing that it will definitely be beneficial. But I want to expand the spending area throughout the country.
The news team went to the area to survey public opinions around Ban Tha Hin Fresh Market, Khon Kaen Province, regarding the government's 10,000 baht digital wallet policy that will be distributed to the public. Most agree on stimulating the economy. But I want to expand the spending area throughout the country to facilitate the people.
Mr. Prapas Jaitham, a merchant at Tha Hin Market, Khon Kaen Province, gave information that he agreed with the 10,000 baht digital wallet that would be distributed to the public. For poor people, it's a lot. Viewed as a good policy But I would like to expand the area for spending for convenience.
Boonmee Maphrayuen, a Khon Kaen resident, strongly agrees. For people in the provinces, 10,000 baht is very valuable. It can open your eyes and mouth. Nowadays, things are very difficult to sell. If you get money, you can make your life easier. But I'm worried about my right to use the money. that must be spent according to the address on the national ID card Because there are 2 children in the family, they currently work in other provinces. Having them come back to spend in Khon Kaen is not convenient. So I want to expand the area throughout Thailand.
Kanoklak Butwong, a resident of Kalasin, agrees with the digital wallet policy. It is considered to stimulate the economy greatly, such as the fresh market. Personally, I like to spend money at the fresh market to help the villagers. Money will circulate in the system. Everyone will have capital to pursue a career. But there are concerns Regarding spending within a radius of 4 kilometers, it is seen that it may be a restriction of rights and would like to expand the area that can be used throughout Thailand.
Source: Thai News Agency