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1. business | 17 May 2013
» Apple Inc, the world's most valuable technology company, has lost its edge among investors, according to the latest Bloomberg Global Poll.
2. business | 17 May 2013
» An interest-rate cut may be the best option to slow inflows that drove the baht to a 16-year high as capital controls would deter investors and push up funding costs, according to the Thai Bond Market Association.
3. news | 17 May 2013
» Asia’s richest woman Gina Rinehart has said Australia should follow the example of Singapore’s former prime minister to stimulate economic development in its northern regions.
4. business | 16 May 2013
» Sugar fell to the lowest level since 2010 in New York as cane processing surged in leading producer Brazil and in Thailand, the world's second-largest exporter. Cocoa retreated and arabica coffee advanced.
5. news | 15 May 2013
» Thailand's state-owned PTT Pcl (PTT), Southeast Asia's first importer of liquefied natural gas, is set to get a spot cargo from Yemen at the Map Ta Phut terminal.
6. news | 15 May 2013
» BEIJING - China Eastern Airlines Corp and two other Chinese airlines received bomb threats directed against their domestic flights on Wednesday, causing them to abort some services.
7. news | 15 May 2013
» Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (ST), Southeast Asia's biggest phone company, plans to spend S$2 billion (US$1.6 billion) on acquisitions to boost growth after fourth-quarter profit fell 33%.
8. news | 12 May 2013
» ATLANTA, Georgia - An Algerian national accused by US prosecutors of promoting big-time cybercrime with powerful hacking software called SpyEye pleaded not guilty to criminal charges.
9. business | 09 May 2013
» Rubber futures jumped to their highest level in almost two months after shipment restrictions by Thailand, the world's largest exporter, boosted cash prices above the benchmark contract on the Tokyo Commodity Exchang...
10. business | 08 May 2013
» Thailand's baht rose the most in a month amid easing concern policy makers will curb capital inflows that drove the currency to a 16-year high last month.