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1. news | 26 Jan 2015
» LUANDA - With oil prices collapsing over 50 percent in the past six months, Angola -- Africa's second-largest oil producer -- has had to introduce austerity measures and overhaul its budget to deal with a severe dro...
2. news | 21 Jan 2015
» The 2016 budget will try to control fixed government expenses and help low-income earners make ends meet, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Wednesday.
3. business | 21 Jan 2015
» The cabinet yesterday agreed to set aside 2.72 trillion baht for expenditure and run a 390-billion-baht budget deficit in the 2016 fiscal year.
4. business | 20 Jan 2015
» Thailand's two budget airline heavyweights, Nok Air and Thai AirAsia (TAA), saw their ticket prices fall continuously in a double-digit plunge during the 21-month period to last Sept 30.
5. news | 17 Jan 2015
» The government will set a budget deficit of 390 billion baht for fiscal 2016 starting in October this year, up 140 billion from the current year.
6. news | 14 Jan 2015
» Japan approved its largest-ever defence budget for the next fiscal year on Wednesday, as hawkish Prime Minister Shinzo Abe looks to strengthen surveillance of territorial waters in the face of a continuing spat with Chin...
7. business | 12 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» The ripple effects from AirAsia's first disaster are spreading beyond the grieving families of the 162 people who died on Dec 28, as governments from Indonesia to India and Thailand take a harder look at budget trav...
8. news | 26 Dec 2014
» The Social Development and Human Security Ministry has been mired in a scandal after Thairath Online reported its extravagant budget spending on a PR campaign.
9. news | 26 Dec 2014
» ABIDJAN - African football giants Ivory Coast will travel to next month's Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea having secured the budget their federation had demanded after it was approved by the government on...
10. news | 23 Dec 2014
» MANILA – Philippine President Benigno Aquino Tuesday signed a 2.6-trillion-peso ($59 billion) national budget for 2015, which he said further limits opportunities for corruption.