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About investments Gold will rise again
21 May 2013 : Gold price drop temporary, not on five-year downward trend, NESDB head says. Gold used worldwide for bank reserves & speculation. Cannot fall for long.
About mobile phones 3G finally here, but too slow
21 May 2013 : Some 3G packages even slower than old 2G. Flood of complaints on slow 3G speed. NBTC consumer protection panel to push for action.
17 Sep 2010 : A few ideas at the end of the week, including an idea that you can try with developing stories.
17 Sep 2010 : Education and capital are the major impediments to income mobility in Thailand and some regions such as the northeast face significant barriers. Economist Sethaput Suthiwart-Narueput uses research findings to explain why this is the case.
17 Sep 2010 : Unless the NTC wins its appeal against the Administrative Court's decision to stop the 3G auction, Thai consumers are likely to continue their wait for the technology.
Words in the news
17 Sep 2010 : (verb form: reconcile) the process of creating a new and friendly relationship again with someone you argued with or fought with การปรองดอง
Easy English news
17 Sep 2010 : The red-shirt movement is showing new signs of life as the fourth anniversary of the 2006 coup which ousted former PM Thaksin Shinawatra approaches.
17 Sep 2010 : BEIJING: Bangkok has bad traffic jams, but nothing like a gigantic traffic jam in China that has been going on for the past two weeks.
Suggestions for teachers and parents
16 Sep 2010 : We have added quite a bit of new material today and here are a few things that might interest you.
16 Sep 2010 : Manorah is a Thai poem and dance drama dating from the Ayutthaya period of Thai history. One of the main characters in the drama is a Kinnaree, a bird-like female creature of beguiling beauty.
16 Sep 2010 : It has been 20 years since the crimes against Saudis were committed, so why are Thai-Saudi relations still at the breaking point?
16 Sep 2010 : Construction and factory work are typical paths from poverty to the lower middle class in Thailand. Economist Sethaput Suthiwart-Narueput uses research findings to explain how it works.