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71. learning | 07 Feb 2013
About economics & monetary policy
» Are high interest rates drawing short-term money into Thailand, making baht strong & export markets less competitive? Will lower interest rates lead to lending boom, asset bubble & financial collapse?
72. news | 12 Dec 2013
» Mexico's Congress approved on Thursday a historic energy reform aimed at luring foreign investment and ending the state's 75-year-old oil monopoly following a heated debate.
73. news | 13 Dec 2013
» Mexico's Congress approved historic energy reform aimed at luring foreign oil firms back into the country and ending the state's 75-year-old monopoly following a heated debate.
74. opinion | 17 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: News
» China is increasingly debating whether or not the renminbi should be internationalised, possibly joining the US dollar and the euro as an international vehicle currency (IVC) _ that is, a currency that other countries us...
75. learning | 11 Nov 2013
» Latest: Suthep resigns as MP to lead nationwide protest and strike. ICJ expands vicinity of Preah Viharn, but much less than area in dispute. Senate continues its debate. Protests, marches, rallies will continue.
76. multimedia | 30 Oct 2013
» Aum Neko caused a stir when she put up posters around Thammasat University's Rangsit Campus showing students simulating sexual acts as part of a campaign against uniforms. She says she did it to stand up for young pe...
77. news | 29 Oct 2013
» House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranont has called a meeting of the House of Representatives on Thursday, Oct 31, to deliberate the altered amnesty bill proposed by Pheu Thai MP for Samut Prakan Worachai Hema in the second rea...
78. opinion | 19 Dec 2013
» Incremental progress perhaps, but progress nevertheless. No longer is the public debate about the necessity of political reform, but rather when and in what form. People no longer doubt that political change is a prerequ...
79. news | 15 Dec 2013
» These days there is an almost constant stream of invective being hurled by protest leaders against certain government officials. In some other countries defamation cases brought by sitting government officials or politic...