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61. learning | 24 Jun 2013
» Corrupt traders find many ways to profit from govt: selling rice for the poor for a profit, substituting cheap foreign rice...
62. business | 28 Nov 2013
» While as many as 50 oil and gas companies submitted expressions of interest on June 14 for 30 offshore blocks, industry insiders warn that poor infrastructure and the government’s new production sharing contract (PSC) re...
63. business | 08 Nov 2013
» Shares of Sahamitr Pressure Container (SMPC), an SET-listed liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder maker, will resume trade as planned next Monday despite poor market sentiment.
64. learning | 26 Sep 2011
» Real problem is overproduction & excess of rice pushing prices down. Labour wasted, used only sporadically in peak months. Poor farmers produce only 15 tonnes of rice per harvest, but are 82% of all rice-farming househol...
65. business | 07 Dec 2013
» NUSA DUA - Trade negotiators say developing countries will benefit as they hailed a free trade deal reached on Saturday at a World Trade Organization (WTO) conference on Bali.
66. learning | 19 Dec 2012
» Poor borrowers forced to sign blank contracts so loan sharks can increase size of loan & interest rate to as high as 1,095% per year (3% per day).
67. learning | 03 Aug 2011
» Only half of 1990s land reform land from forest reserves actually got to the poor landless farmers. Buildings of rich developers on this land to be demolished.
68. learning | 22 Aug 2012
» Govt to tax True & other ISP's to provide internet to poor areas without internet. Companies claim will slow internet growth & improvement.
69. news | 22 Oct 2013
» Thick smog enveloped a major Chinese city for a third day Tuesday, with schools and a regional airport shut and poor visibility forcing ground transport to a halt in places.
70. business | 16 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Myanmar has come a long way in its economic transformation in a few years, as seen in the influx of foreign capital and rising consumer demand in major urban areas. Once one of the most isolated countries in the world, t...