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91. property | 12 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Bangkok office rents rose for every grade of building in every location as vacancy rates continued to fall for an eighth consecutive quarter, according to the latest research by property consultant CBRE Thailand.
92. news | 31 Oct 2013
» A Chiang Mai-based group of academics yesterday urged the public to oppose the government's amnesty bill.
93. news | 23 Nov 2013
» A panel discussion including academics and activists urged the public to demand political reform before the government dissolves the House and the country is trapped by the so-called "abuse of its majority vote" in parli...
94. lifestyle | 03 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» The Hunger Games: Catching Fire blazed at the top of the North American weekend box office for a second week, earning $74.5 million (2.4 billion baht) in ticket sales, industry estimates showed Sunday.
95. news | 07 Nov 2013
» Members of parliament who voted to pass the blanket amnesty bill in haste owe the public an apology, says a business operators' group.
96. news | 09 Nov 2013
» Lawmakers who backed the controversial amnesty bill should come forward to apologise to the public, a forum of university rectors has been told.
97. news | 07 Nov 2013
» Greek riot police stormed the headquarters of former public broadcaster ERT in a pre-dawn raid on Thursday, forcibly removing employees who had been occupying the site since its shock shutdown five months ago.
98. business | 28 Oct 2013
» Innovative lightweight composite cooking gas cylinders developed by Job Thai Industry Co are about to be commercially introduced to the public early next month by PTT Plc, Thailand's largest cooking gas producer.
99. news | 08 Nov 2013
» Organisers of the cancelled Soccerex football convention said Thursday the Rio government pulled the plug for fear that spending public money on the event would spark public unrest.
100. learning | 20 Dec 2010
» Corrupt politicians soon dreamed up ways to circumvent the original public-private partnership (PPP) law of 1992. Can a new rewrite of the law close all the loopholes in the law used for corruption?