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(From Asia Pulse)
BANGKOK, Aug 30 Asia Pulse - Highlights of today's newspapers:
- The Finance Ministry is looking to completely overhaul the tax system to help strengthen the country's economic competitiveness and increase incentives for the educational system, environmental protection and the elderly.
- The Finance Ministry has set a $1 billion (41.6 billion baht) ceiling on new foreign debt borrowings for fiscal 2005, according to Varathep Ratanakorn, the deputy finance minister.
- Cellular operator DTAC is aiming to cash in the expected new interconnection regime by focusing more on the high-potential market made up of low-income customers in rural areas.
- While private telecom operators welcomed last week's …