Bangkok resident Tidaporn Potisai runs an online business selling kor moo yang, or Thai grilled pork. Photo: Handout Bangkok resident Tidaporn Potisai runs an online business selling kor moo yang, or Thai grilled pork. Photo: Handout
Bangkok resident Tidaporn Potisai runs an online business selling kor moo yang, or Thai grilled pork. Photo: Handout

In Southeast Asia, young people see a silver lining in e-commerce amid Covid-19 job slump

  • Despite being hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, the region continues to have a growing middle class with strong purchasing power
  • With data showing young people are particularly vulnerable during a downturn, some are becoming their own bosses to circumvent the uncertainty of the job market

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Bangkok resident Tidaporn Potisai runs an online business selling kor moo yang, or Thai grilled pork. Photo: Handout Bangkok resident Tidaporn Potisai runs an online business selling kor moo yang, or Thai grilled pork. Photo: Handout
Bangkok resident Tidaporn Potisai runs an online business selling kor moo yang, or Thai grilled pork. Photo: Handout
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