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61. business | 06 Dec 2013
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» Siamgas and Petrochemicals Plc, a SET-listed cooking-gas refuelling and operator, has kept its revenue target for this year at 60 billion baht or more, a 25% rise from 2012, thanks to increasing world liquefied petroleum...
62. news | 16 Nov 2013
» Anti-government demonstrators and a group of Pratunam-area vendors and office workers held separate whistle-blowing protests yesterday.
63. news | 02 Dec 2013
» Deputy Prime Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul has taken over efforts to end anti-government protests and is asking the international community to help stop the unconstitutional "people's revolt".
64. news | 14 Dec 2013
» The number of tourist arrivals during the New Year countdown is expected to fall and could continue declining until the Chinese New Year if anti-government protests in Bangkok prolong, according to the Ministry of Touris...
65. news | 11 Nov 2013
» Thailand's baht dropped to a seven-week low and bonds fell as anti-government protests sparked by an amnesty bill dim the outlook for the economy and prompt overseas investors to pull funds from the country's ass...
66. multimedia | 01 Dec 2013
» Thai police fire tear gas at crowds of protesters that threatened to take over the Government House. - REUTERS
67. multimedia | 13 Dec 2013
» Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra invites all sides to talks on December 15, in a bid to end protests in the capital. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. - REUTERS
68. multimedia | 09 Dec 2013
» Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolves parliament and calls for snap elections, as protests show no sign of abating. Michaela Cabrera reports. - REUTERS
69. news | 24 Nov 2013
» A majority of people want all of the ongoing protests to stop and all parties concerned to hold talks to find a solution to the political impasse, according to the result of a Suan Dusit Poll survey published on Sunday.
70. news | 13 Nov 2013
» Business leaders have called for an end to anti-amnesty bill street demonstrations after the Senate decided to reject the bill on Monday, warning that lengthy protests in Bangkok will worsen the economy.