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Good or not good idea to ban thai products in Laos ?

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Monopoly rules!

It doesnt really matter. Laos can produce enough cigarettes for Lao people to consume anyway. There are more 'Yasoop' factories being built in Laos. If you are in Xiengkhouang (sorry I just happened to have worked there recently), you will see tobacco plants being cultivated now to supply to the newly built factory in the area.  


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i think this is a good idea:

because this will create a higher domestic demand and will decrease the need for import.

creating domestic demand is what our economy needs;

even though it is yasoop not really my thing but hey it will be good for the economy.

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the market will simply be flooded with cheap cigarettes from China.

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How about ban smoking in public buildings all over the country and tax the hell out of it.

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ກະລຸນາອ່ານເບີ່ງປ້າຽຫ້າມຄັກໆ ບໍ່ຮູ້ວ່າຂອງແທ້ຫລືປອມ.

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yes, right, there's no more royal...and there's no national police department in our country... and the fine amount is in thai baht

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Hey read it carefully....

the first line: not allow to bring thai cigarette into ROYAL XXXX means not Laos but Thailand coz thay are the ROYAL of Thailand


and Chiip is right that there is national police department in Laos and ministry of finance is called differently. Lao = Ka suang karn ngern , Thai = Ka susng karn Krung

I think the purpose of the sign is to warn Lao people as well as foreigners not to bring Thai cigarette back to Thailand

that's all



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If the sign was made by the Lao authority, it should not be ethically correct -it sounds discriminatory against others'. HOWEVER, the Lao words written in the sign do not seem to be 100% Lao language (There's something wrong with one or two Lao alphabets written in the banning sign!).

I assume that this is a kind of propaganda - IN A LAO PROVERB, they say;

"LOR HAI JOUR (NOVICE/MONK) TEE KAN" = meaning ''trying to set up a bad story for two groups of people to fight against each other''. nonono

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I am just wondering who wrote the banning sign! There's something wrong with the spelling of the Lao language as well as meaning.

Usually, today's Lao language does not technically say; "Rah Anajuk" ="the kingdom''. usually the Lao authority do not say "the kingdom of Laos" . This is absolutely wrong!

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just reading along the lines, I wonder if its possible that the sign was photo edited prior to posting here?

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ທ່ານເອີຍ, ອັນນີ້ເປັນປ້າຍຂອງຝັ່ງໄທ ແຕ່ເພິ່ນເຮັດເປັນພາສາລາວ ເພື່ອໃຫ້ຄົນລາວອ່ານແລ້ວເຂົ້າໃຈ. ຈຸດປະສົງກໍ່ເພື່ອວ່າບໍ່ໃຫ້ເອົາຂອງປອມທີ່ເຮັດຮຽນແບບຢາສູບໄທເຂົ້າມາເມືອງໄທ ກະລຸນາອ່ານຄືນໃຫ້ຄັກໆເດີ້

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Bullshi t, man! Who sale at B 540 per Hoh? They only sale at less than B 40. This ad is not true!!! I don't think there is some Ya soop Pohm in Thailand (excepted there is from China)

I will forward this picture to Thai Ya Soop Factory for investigation.

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But I read carefully that Its Lao scription but not from Lao. It's from Thai customs as everything meaning in Thai not in Lao. Kohm Suppasahnmith, In Lao we never use the word of Nam Nak Ngahn Tam-roud Haeng Zaad



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kino wrote:

Monopoly rules!


It doesnt really matter. Laos can produce enough cigarettes for Lao people to consume anyway. There are more 'Yasoop' factories being built in Laos. If you are in Xiengkhouang (sorry I just happened to have worked there recently), you will see tobacco plants being cultivated now to supply to the newly built factory in the area.  



 I think Thai customs warn Lao people or foreigners who crossing to Thailand not to bring those imitation Thai cigaratte brands into the Kingdom of Thailand and they will charge in Thai Baht. If Lao ban Thai Cihgaratte they should charge in USD or Kip, right?

Anyway, I don't smoke cigaratte but only drink hehehe....



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Anonymous wrote:

Bullshi t, man! Who sale at B 540 per Hoh? They only sale at less than B 40. This ad is not true!!! I don't think there is some Ya soop Pohm in Thailand (excepted there is from China)

I will forward this picture to Thai Ya Soop Factory for investigation.




Song   =   1   pack   =   36 ฿ ,      36*15 =   540 ฿

Hor     =  10  packs  = 360 ฿ ,    360*15 = 5400 ฿

 

 

 



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ຂ້າພະເຈົ້າອ່ານລະອຽດແລ້ວ ແມ່ນເຈົ້າຫນ້າທ່ີຝ່າຍໄທເຕືອນຄົນລາວ ຂ້າມເອົາຢາສູບເຂົ້າໄທໃນປະເທດຂອງເພີ່ນ່ ຖ້າຜູ້ໃດລະເມີດຈະຖືກປັບໃຫມຕາມລະບຽບກົດຫມາຍຂອງປະເທດເພີ່ນ.

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Ban every fake product is good!!

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ລາວຄືຊີ່ບໍ່ຜະລິດຢາສູບໄທປອມຕິເນາະ ເຫັນແຕ່ຄົນຢູ່ໄທ ຮອດເຈົ້າໜ້າທີ່ໄທ ຂ້າມຂົວມິດຕະພາບ ວຽງຈັນ-ໜອງຄາຍ ມາຊື້ເຫລົ້າຊື້ຢາສູບຢູ່ລາວ .... ຖ້າບໍ່ເຊື່ອມື້ໄດມີໂອກາດໄປ ຂົວມິດຕະພາບ ກໍ່ຈະເຫັນເອງ

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Good or not good idea to ban thai products in Laos ?




It’s not Laos bans Thai cigarettes, but it’s the Thai authority’s warning signboard to Lao people who enter Thailand not to bring in Thai counterfeit cigarettes (probably made in China).

 



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Good or not good idea to ban thai products in Laos ?




 seem you missed reading properly



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I saw these signs on the Thai side of the Chongmek immigration office in Ubolrach
atani province and on the boder of Thailand and the neighbouring countries.

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Good or not good idea to ban thai products in Laos ?




Can we bring a pack of real cigarette, not fake??



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ທ່ານເອີຍ, ອັນນີ້ເປັນປ້າຍຂອງຝັ່ງໄທ ແຕ່ເພິ່ນເຮັດເປັນພາສາລາວ ເພື່ອໃຫ້ຄົນລາວອ່ານແລ້ວເຂົ້າໃຈ. ຈຸດປະສົງກໍ່ເພື່ອວ່າບໍ່ໃຫ້ເອົາຂອງປອມທີ່ເຮັດຮຽນແບບຢາສູບໄທເຂົ້າມາເມືອງໄທ ກະລຸນາອ່ານຄືນໃຫ້ຄັກໆເດີ້



i am agree with you comrade , they post  non-sense topic 

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Perfect way to banish all competition. Might be good for the local tobacco industry.




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