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61. news | 08 Jun 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) chief has dismissed criticism of the agency's local terrorist blacklist, saying it will help cut financial support for insurgents in the far South.
62. news | 02 Jun 2013
» Thousands of people protested Saturday in European cities against the "troika" of international powers whose financial crisis policies they blame for worsening their economic hardship.
63. tech | 17 May 2013
» LONDON - The website of the Financial Times appeared to have been hacked on Friday by the "Syrian Electronic Army", a mysterious group seemingly aligned with the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
64. news | 07 Jun 2013
» Chief executive Ivan Gazidis has raised the prospect of some high-profile arrivals at Arsenal by declaring that manager Arsene Wenger will not be encumbered by financial constraints in the transfer market.
65. tech | 01 May 2013
» A bond offering from Apple expected to be priced later today will be one of the largest ever for a US company, according to leading financial newspapers Tuesday.
66. business | 30 May 2013
» Visa Inc, the California-based financial services corporation, has pointed to Thailand as an example of a low-risk country in the world of electronic payment transactions.
67. learning | 25 Jul 2011
» Japan's growing population of retired people and shrinking workforce face financial problems. Thailand may face the same problems without proactive policy.
68. learning | 17 Jun 2013
» Elderly 200 baht a day boiled beans seller ordered to report to Economic Crimes Division for failure to submit financial reports & pay 50,000 baht fine.
69. business | 23 May 2013
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
» As Asian economies continue to be resilient to European financial woes, British firm Synergy, a manufacturer and supplier of flavour-enhancing ingredients, is setting up a new factory in Samut Prakan province.
70. news | 09 May 2013
» The central bank's failure to maintain credibility in financial markets could push up the government's borrowing cost for the 2-trillion-baht infrastructure project, according to Prasarn Trairatvorakul, the Bank ...