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1. business | 11 Dec 2014
» Australia's jobless rate hit a 12-year high in November, data showed Thursday, as more people looked for jobs in a softening economy hurt by falling commodity prices and weak Chinese demand.
2. business | 29 Jan 2015
» Given the volatile world market, hopes are resting on government spending on megaprojects to boost the economy and the property sector this year, although high household debt remains a major concern.
3. business | 08 Jan 2015
» Consumer confidence bounced back to hit an 18-month high in December, buoyed by falling oil prices, the Monetary Policy Committee's recent decision to maintain the policy interest rate and the government's disc...
4. learning | 07 Jan 2015
» TVs with huge screens, ultra high definition (UHD) & ultra-thin screens (4.9 mm) as low as $750 (24,000 baht) with Android apps at Consumer Electronics Show (CEV) in Las Vegas this year.
5. business | 19 Dec 2014
» Thai rice exports are expected to reach 10.2 million tonnes by year-end, just 500,000 tonnes shy of 2011's all-time high.
6. learning | 12 Mar 2013
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» If all goes according to plan, land and water travel should be considerably quicker throughout much of the country by the year 2020, with the first Bangkok-Pattaya high-speed rail line completed by 2018.
7. learning | 10 Apr 2012
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» High-pressure water guns are illegal, but that has not stopped their sale and use, especially during Songkran. This year authorities say a crackdown is coming.
8. business | 26 Dec 2014
» New Year celebrations are expected to be active this year, with spending during the festive period set to hit 117 billion baht, says an annual survey by the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.
9. news | 28 Jan 2015
» The global football transfer market hit a record high in 2014, breaking the $4 billion (3.5 billion euros) barrier for the first time, a report published by FIFA on Wednesday revealed.
10. news | 27 Jan 2015
» The Philippines said Tuesday there was a "high likelihood" a Malaysian militant suspected of being behind the 2002 Bali bombings was killed in a chaotic operation in the country's south that left 44 police dead.