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51. news | 14 Nov 2013
» Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey warned on Thursday of a US-style shutdown if the Labor opposition refuses to agree to lift the nation's debt ceiling to Aus$500 billion.
52. learning | 13 Dec 2012
» The sale of alcohol in public places will be restricted under a Health Ministry draft regulation. Likely to take effect on Jan 1, 2013, it prohibits the sale of alcoholic drinks on footpaths, in public parks, and in publ...
53. business | 05 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Zalora, an online fashion start-up in Southeast Asia, has raised US$112 million (3.61 billion baht) in new capital from investors including American billionaire Leonard Blavatnik's Access Industries and US asset mana...
54. business | 19 Dec 2013
» While political turmoil may have put the brakes on the economy, it also put a lid on rising overdue consumer debt.
55. learning | 12 Nov 2010
» Thailand has long recovered from the 1997 crisis, but the debt, held by the FIDF under the central bank, remains and puts a drag on Thailand's development.
56. news | 29 Oct 2013
» The debt-ridden State Railway of Thailand hopes to clear its 80-billion-baht debts owed to Finance Ministry by commercial development of prime land it owns in Bangkok, Transport Minister Chatchart Sithiphan said.
57. learning | 14 Jun 2013
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» a service provided for the public, for example an electricity, water or gas supply สาธารณูปโภค, การบริการสาธารณะ
58. tech | 14 Dec 2013
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» According to the National Health Security Office, an estimate of 6,700 children with autism received out-patient medical services from medical centres and hospitals under the Ministry of Public Health in 2010. An increas...
59. news | 02 Nov 2013
» Eike Batista's debt-ridden EBX empire appears to be on its last legs as the Brazilian magnate desperately tries to sell assets and lure investment to keep his sinking ship afloat.
60. learning | 30 Mar 2012
Newspaper section: News
» The Office of the Basic Education Commission said yesterday the government had failed to give it enough money to buy the tablet computers which it must supply to all Prathom 1 pupils.