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1. learning | 11 Apr 2011
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» China is allowing Thailand to keep Lin Ping for two more years, a story I and many others missed last week.
2. business | 20 May 2013
» The giant panda Lin Ping is expected to have a big party to celebrate her fourth birthday next Monday.
3. business | 24 Apr 2013
» Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) has won Bank of Thailand approval to widen the single lending limit ratio for CP Group from 25% of SCB's capital base to 60% to accommodate CP All's acquisition of Siam Makro.
4. tech | 30 Mar 2013
» The special committee set up by Dell to explore a sale of the computer giant renewed its backing Friday for the buyout led by founder Michael Dell but said it would continue talks on alternate bids.
5. tech | 10 May 2013
» A battle for US computer giant Dell heated up Friday as corporate raider Carl Icahn and other investors made a new offer and called a planned buyout led by company founder Michael Dell a "giveaway."
6. news | 10 Apr 2013
» The giant panda born at Chiang Mai Zoo in Thailand, the ever-popular Lin Ping, is to be sent to China after she turns four years old on May 27, a decision sure to sadden many Thai people.
7. news | 02 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Young giant panda Lin Ping will remain in Thailand temporarily after visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi agreed to delay her return to China.
8. news | 11 May 2013
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» China has agreed to extend the loan of its giant panda Lin Ping for 15 years from next May - if she can find a mate back in China first.
9. learning | 18 Sep 2012
About business & foreign direct investment
» Aiming at Vietnam's middle class, CP will invest in every step of food production from farming to food processing, branding & marketing.
10. news | 10 May 2013
» The giant panda born in Thailand, Lin Ping, will go to China in October to find a mate and then the couple will come back to stay in Thailand for 15 years, Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said on Friday.