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81. business | 30 Oct 2013
» The Revenue Department is studying whether to scrap the tax on the repatriation of profits made by Thai holding companies from their foreign investments in tax-haven countries so long as the money is invested in business...
82. tech | 18 Oct 2013
» President Barack Obama's administration is urging the Supreme Court not to take up the first case it has received on controversial National Security Agency cybersnooping.
83. business | 14 Oct 2013
BRIDGING THE GAP
» 'Coach Kriengsak, what subjects will we cover in our coaching discussions?" Panya asks me in our first meeting. The chief financial officer of a conglomerate that has 10 subsidiaries, he is one of three candidates wh...
84. news | 05 Nov 2013
» The Intellectual Property and International Trade Court has urged Starbucks and a local coffee seller to try to settle their trademark infringement dispute before the next hearing on Nov 18.
85. learning | 27 Mar 2013
» The fire that ravaged Mae Surin refugee camp on Friday was not an accident, embattled Khun Yuam district police chief Pol Col Nitinart Wittayawuthikul claimed Tuesday.
86. news | 09 Oct 2013
» The head of Greenpeace asked Wednesday for a meeting with President Vladimir Putin following Russia's arrest of the entire crew of the group's ship that protested against Arctic oil drilling.
87. news | 04 Nov 2013
» The executive body of Chulalongkorn University issued a statement on Monday calling for the Senate to reject the Amnesty Bill which has been passed by the House of Representatives.
88. learning | 10 Jul 2013
» A Kanchanaburi policemen vowed he would make a 20-kilometre run to a sacred Buddha image if he solved a brutal brick-throwing crime. With the confessed brick-thrower in jail, he competed his run on Tuesday.
89. opinion | 24 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» When an eight-year-old girl on the Berlin subway asks her mother if its possible to have a male chancellor, you know something profound has changed in Germany. A woman ruling the country is not just the new normal; for m...
90. learning | 27 Jan 2012
Easy English news
» Policewomen have taken to the streets of Bangkok to help ease traffic congestion and motorists’ stress.