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61. business | 28 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The government's attempt to sell its rice stocks through the Agricultural Futures Exchange of Thailand (AFET) has won a lukewarm response from the private sector, with only five potential buyers participating in the ...
62. learning | 17 Jun 2013
About agriculture & government
» Low estimate didn't include market value of unsold rice in storage. Rice is perishable & falls in value so market value is real value (mark-to-market).
63. learning | 04 Nov 2013
» As night falls, the Democrats are at Democracy Monument after marching most of the day; the Uruphong protest site has been reinforced and a network of business people has held a huge rally in the Silom area – all opposin...
64. learning | 05 Mar 2013
About business & marketing
» Coke sales grew 32% worldwide last year, highest in 10 years. Coke market share rose to 50% with Pepsi falling to 15% & new brand est rising to 19%.
65. news | 18 Nov 2013
» Seven people were killed and eight seriously injured when a tour bus and a pickup truck collided in Buri Ram's Muang district on Sunday night, police said.
66. business | 23 Nov 2013
» Thailand's car output is unlikely to meet this year's target of 2.55 million vehicles due mainly to falling domestic sales, says the auto industry club of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).
67. travel | 14 Nov 2013
» One of Thailand's most popular festivals, Loy Krathong, is back, although celebrations at most venues will be without entertainment as many Buddhists are mourning the death of the Supreme Patriarch. This year, the fu...
68. news | 19 Nov 2013
» A minibus carrying Chinese tourists has plunged into a ravine on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali, leaving six people dead and three fighting for their lives, an official said.
69. learning | 29 Jan 2013
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» Phue Thai’s Pongsapat Pongcharoen’s pledge to expand Bangkok’s free bus service must not depend on national funding, says the Transport Minister, making it an instant campaign issue.
70. news | 13 Nov 2013
» South Korea's botched attempt to restore a burned-out national treasure to its 600-year old glory has triggered a bout of national hand-wringing over cultural mismanagement and the loss of traditional skills.