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Woman ran online business fitting ‘fashion’ teeth braces

Natsuda Sriwichian, 30, of Buri Ram, pictured during her arrest in a room in Nakhon Pathom's Samphan district on Wednesday for illegaly selling and fitting fashionable teeth braces. (Photo supplied/Wassayos Ngamkham)
Natsuda Sriwichian, 30, of Buri Ram, pictured during her arrest in a room in Nakhon Pathom’s Samphan district on Wednesday for illegaly selling and fitting fashionable teeth braces. (Photo supplied/Wassayos Ngamkham)

NAKHON PATHOM: An unqualified woman running an online business fitting young clients with trendy teeth braces has been arrested at a flat in Sam Phran district.

Officers from the Consumer Protection Police Division (CPPD) arrested Natsuda Sriwichian, 30, of Buri Ram, at her room at Salaya Eua Arthorn flats in tambon Song Khanong of Sam Phran district on Wednesday.

She was charged with illegally selling teeth braces, Pol Maj Gen Nattasak Chaowanasai, commander of the CPPD, said on Thursday.

Polie had been informed about someone illegally providing a fashion-brace fitting service via the “Yim Sayam’’ Facebook page. A police officer posed as a customer, Pol Col Chetphan Kitticharoensak, chief of the CPPD sub-division 1, said.

The customer was told

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Global Dental Braces Market 2020 Technological Strategies, Business Advancements and Top-Vendor Landscape by 2025

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Sep 27, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
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Business braces for impact as Jakarta heads into second lockdown

JAKARTA, Sept 14 (Reuters) – The markings of a rollercoaster year are plastered over Sutiwet’s small Jakarta restaurant – plastic barriers on the counters, stickers on the glass urging customers to wear masks, and a gallon of water out front for people to wash their hands.

But just as life in the Indonesian capital was starting to return to normal, the city’s 10 million residents are heading into partial lockdown for the second time.

Jakarta’s tightened social restrictions, effective from Monday for two weeks, mean businesses, malls and houses of worship can only operate at limited capacity, while dining in at restaurants and cafes is not allowed.

Small business owners such as Sutiwet, who like many Indonesians goes by only one name, are bracing themselves for the economic impact.

“We almost managed to survive the first round of large-scale social restrictions, and here comes another one,” Sutiwet, 45, told Reuters.

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Willie Walsh braces for a bumpy last ride in the airline business | Airline industry

Willie Walsh is not quite enjoying the retirement he had planned. When his departure was announced in January, he had just led British Airways owner IAG to a €2.3bn pre-tax profit for 2019, its share price was moving back towards all-time highs, and as one of the FTSE 100’s longest-serving chief executives, he was preparing to step down in March.

Fast-forward eight months and the world looks very different. After pushing back his leave date when the severity of Covid-19 became clear, Walsh will finally hand over the controls at IAG’s delayed annual meeting on Tuesday, at a time when the airline industry appears permanently changed by the pandemic and British Airways is flying only a fifth of its pre-crisis schedule. Instead of churning out profits, IAG made a €4.2bn loss in the first half of 2020, and Walsh himself will leave under the cloud of a potential shareholder

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