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81. business | 09 May 2013
» Businesses related to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) vehicles have called on the government to draw up strict regulations on safety standards instead of imposing a ban on LPG-fuelled vehicle registration.
82. business | 29 Apr 2013
» PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP), Thailand's biggest publicly traded oil and gas explorer, reported a profit that exceeded most analysts' estimates in the first quarter as prices and sales volume increased.
83. news | 20 May 2013
» The misuse of cooking gas as vehicle fuel is keeping police busy in their investigations into illegal fuel retailing operations at the expense of the public purse.
84. news | 26 Apr 2013
» Bangladeshi police fired tear gas and rubber bullets Friday as protestors attacked factories and smashed vehicles during a mass rally by garment workers over the deaths of nearly 300 colleagues.
85. news | 31 Mar 2013
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» Bangkok's Klong Toey district is not the first place most foreigners think of when considering a trip to Thailand. But for one Australian family, the slum community that's regarded by locals as a hotbed of crime ...
86. learning | 22 Feb 2013
» Scheduled maintenance on Myanmar gas fields & energy shortfall in April known since last year, now used to sell coal plants that people don't want.
87. business | 12 Apr 2013
» The newly assigned chairman of the board of PTT Plc, Vichet Kasemthongsri, vowed transparency in management and project screening amid concerns over political interference in the giant oil and gas conglomerate.
88. news | 05 May 2013
» Australia insisted it was committed to protecting the Great Barrier Reef on Saturday after the UN warned that the natural wonder's world heritage status could be in downgraded in 2014.
89. news | 11 Apr 2013
» An 800-kilometre gas pipeline in northern Myanmar has sprung leaks, community groups said Thursday, raising further safety and environmental concerns over the $2 billion project.
90. news | 11 May 2013
» The level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has surpassed 400 parts per million for the first time in human history, US monitors announced Friday, sparking new calls for action to scale back greenhouse gases.