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1. learning | 31 Mar 2014
» Central launches 3 billion baht mall on Koh Samui, Shin Corp changes name to Intouch & BOI delays lead to foreign investment delays.
2. learning | 25 Feb 2014
» First "ventricular assist device" heart surgery at Siriraj Hospital, campaign against Shin Corp hits stock market & Pattaya condo investments shift to Thai buyers.
3. learning | 19 Feb 2014
» As GSB money leaves bank, Pheu Thai deposits money, drought & haze problems in North & Temasek seeks to sell $3.1 billion stake in Shin Corp.
4. auto | 30 Jan 2015
» TOKYO - Honda Motor Co on Friday trimmed its earnings estimates for the current business year through March, citing weak sales in Japan and China as well as the costs of global recalls linked to air bags provided by Taka...
5. news | 29 Jan 2015
» LAGUNA, Philippines — Mitsubishi Motors Corp on Thursday launched its new manufacturing plant in the Philippine province of Laguna, south of Manila, which the company says is capable of producing 50,000 cars per year.
6. auto | 24 Jan 2015
» NEW YORK — Honda Motor Co will use air bags from a competitor of embattled Japanese auto parts supplier Takata Corp for the newest version of its best-selling Accord sedan set to go on sale in August 2017, Reuters news s...
7. business | 20 Jan 2015
» BANGKOK/TOKYO — Itochu Corp and Thai agribusiness Charoen Pokphand Group will invest $10.4 billion (340.17 billion baht) in China’s Citic Ltd, the listed unit of China’s state-owned investment corporation.
8. business | 19 Jan 2015
» Agricultural equipment maker Kubota Corp said Monday it will start exporting rice this year in a collaborative venture with the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations.
9. business | 07 Jan 2015
» TOKYO — McDonald’s Corp’s Japan business and Cargill Inc are investigating complaints that objects were found in chicken nuggets made by a Cargill unit in Thailand, the restaurant chain’s second food-safety crisis in six...
10. tech | 21 Dec 2014
» BEIJING - China's top smartphone seller Xiaomi Corp. is raising more than $1 billion in a fresh round of funding, a move which would raise its valuation above $45 billion, a report said Sunday.