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Floating in the sea - swanky new Bangkok buses bobbing up and down on a ship as scandal deepens

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42 minutes ago, tompelli said:

SunLong buses made in PRC, just buy them there? Too easy or not a big enough envelope?

 

 

They are terribly noisy buses. I am sure someone received bribe for their imports.

 

They should replace them with some other better buses, that lasts longer.

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Arrogance and stupidity. the law applies equally to all, except me of course.

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i hope they sought it out after all who looses,:smile: the minions in bkk,surely some agreement can be reached whether made in malaysia or china i'm sure there a serviceable item and somebody who wields power should make an executive decision.

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45 minutes ago, eddie61 said:

Funny little people, all of them probably crooks, trying to get their snout in the trough.

Hilarious!!!

 

...."Trust us we are Thai...I mean Malaysian...oh hang on I mean Chinese....":cheesy: :cheesy::cheesy:

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And all this fuss because the lack of enough brown envelopes to go round.

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When they bought the skytrains from Siemens there were also many issues with the payments. 

 

This sets Thailand back to an very undeveloped country which even can't buy some buses or trains, but not loosing face!

 

We also had the 300 firetrucks who are still rotting away on a field.

 

Just stop with that whole importtax thing or mr Trump and later Europe might give it back to them....better stop now since it's blocking the development of the whole nation.

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1 hour ago, eddie61 said:

Funny little people, all of them probably crooks, trying to get their snout in the trough.

Hilarious!!!

Funny little BIG people back in '08 whose greed nearly created a world-wide financial melt-down.

Face it, when it comes to corruption, these 'little people' are still amateurs.

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In this case the customs dept are quite correct.

If the buses majority  of parts content originate from China , the Malaysians had no right to use Form D.

China is not part of the Asean Form D duty extension

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