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41. business | 14 Feb 2015
» The Finance Ministry has proposed to raise the tax exemption limits for land and buildings to 2 million baht worth of the appraisal price in a bid to alleviate the financial burden on low-income earners.
42. business | 13 Feb 2015
» Airlines' financial performance continued to climb in the fourth quarter of last year with some carriers showing a 24% rise in net profit.
43. news | 13 Feb 2015
» The World Bank said Thursday it is prepared to provide up to $2 billion in financial assistance to conflict-torn Ukraine this year, part of an international package of support.
44. news | 12 Feb 2015
» The International Monetary Fund and conflict-torn Ukraine have reached a preliminary deal on a new financial rescue plan worth $17.5 billion that could be a "turning point" for Kiev, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said Thur...
45. business | 12 Feb 2015
» The government is considering raising the amount in joint investments with the private sector in an ambitious transport infrastructure plan to speed up its development and ease the state's financial burden.
46. news | 12 Feb 2015
» The alleged leader of the anti-monarchy "Banpodj" network says he acted alone and did not receive financial support from any group.
47. business | 12 Feb 2015
» Land and Houses Bank (LH Bank) is looking at diversifying its customer base by increasing financial services to business outside its major shareholder Land and Houses (LH) Group. The aim is to balance risks to maintain s...
48. business | 12 Feb 2015
» The government's 2014 fiscal year financial statements have underscored its strong position of assets exceeding liabilities, says Manas Jamveha, director-general of the Comptroller-General's Department.
49. news | 11 Feb 2015
» Singapore reported its first decline in visitor arrivals since the global financial crisis, as a new Chinese law curbed tourists from the mainland while political turmoil in Thailand and aviation disasters damped travel.
50. tech | 11 Feb 2015
» SAN FRANCISCO - US cyber security firms on Tuesday said that a Chinese espionage team hacked Forbes magazine to hunt defense contractors, financial firms, and other unsuspecting prey visiting the popular news website.