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KTC joins hand with famous local souvenir stores to support the “OTOP Shopping for the Nation” campaign promoting tax rebates with an aim to stimulate spending throughout this August.

          Mr. Suwat Tepprecharsakul, Vice President – Credit Card Business,“KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited stated “KTC is ready to support government’s tax abatement program namely “OTOP Shopping for the Nation” from August 1st -31st, 2016. This campaign aims to stimulate spending in the OTOP market as well as to promote local products of Thailand. As shoppers are eligible for tax abatement for up to 15,000 Baht, KTC has partnered with famous local souvenir shops to grant special privileges to KTC members. The participating shops are:

          Bua Tong, Chonburi: Members spending through KTC credit cards get a 10% discount. Members with a purchase of 1,000 Baht will get free one pack of preserved wild mangosteen, and one pack of peanut at a purchase of 2,000 Baht, from today until October 31st, 2016.

          Khun Mae Ju, Phuket: Members spending through KTC credit cards of 1,000 Baht will get free a bottle of Thai chili paste, and a bottle of dried shrimp chili paste at a purchase of 2,000 Baht, from today until October 31st, 2016.

          Pornthip, Phuket: Members spending through KTC credit cards of 500 Baht or more will get a 15% discount, from today until October 31st, 2016.

          Moreover, KTC members purchasing OTOP products from department stores or OTOP licensed stores are also eligible for the KTC’s ongoing promotions.

           For more information please contact KTC Phone 02 123 5530 or visit


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