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Protests in Thailand

Posted on 6 January 2014
Protests in  Thailand

Anti-government protesters in Bangkok, Thailand have announced they will begin a city wide "shut down" on January 13th. It is likely that this will affect government channels such as Customs Department of Foreign Trade and the Ministry of Commerce. At this stage we have been advised this will not impact airports or sea ports, although other businesses closing may affect our ability to puck or deliver freight.

Led by political group, the People's Democratic reform Committee (PDRC), rally stages will be set up across Bangkok at 20 major intersections with the intention to disrupt the work of government officials and paralyse Bangkok.

We appreciate your patience and understanding and we will update you with information as it becomes available. If you require any further information please contact our team.

UPDATE ON ANTI GOVERNMENT PROTESTS | THAILAND | 16/01/2014

Thailand protests
As advised in a service announcement 6th January 2014, anti government protestors begun a city wide “shut down” on January 13th. Led by political group, the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), the shutdown has been peaceful so far and shops and business remain open in unaffected areas.

Demonstrators have surrounded the customs department and key road junction in downtown Bangkok remains blocked leading to the possibility of some service delays.