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“Big Tu” ordered to take care of expensive steel prices. Dreadful impact on employment

On April 27, 2021 at 5:15 p.m.

The Prime Minister ordered Industry-Commerce Accelerate to solve the problem of fluctuating steel prices Find measures to reduce the impact on the cost of the operator. The fear spreads to long-term employment.

Ms. Trisulee Trisoranakul, Deputy Spokesman for the Prime Minister’s Office Revealed that the Cabinet meeting (Cabinet) Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister, has ordered For the relevant departments Such as the Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Commerce To take care of the problem of steel prices that have increased considerably during this time. To reduce the impact on the cost of the business of operators in various industries. With iron as the main raw material Which, if not urged, will affect the employment problem in the next phase

The Prime Minister has reported that Currently, the prices of various types of domestic steel have increased in line with the world steel prices. Which is the result of the economic recovery As well as preparing to adjust the policy to promote the steel industry in large producing countries such as China, during which the market is uncertain. Therefore, the relevant agencies are requested to assist in the supervision of international laws and agreements that have To take care of operators to adapt

“The Prime Minister said during the Cabinet meeting today that he received reports on the situation of domestic and international steel prices. Which at this time had affected many industry operators Therefore ordered the departments involved in production, import and export of steel to take care of the problem during the period of market fluctuation. And communicate with the business operators what risk factors are occurring at the moment. Short-term hedging is required. How long is it? In order to reduce the impact on results of operations and employment, “Ms. Trisulee said.




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