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1. learning | 19 Dec 2012
» Poor borrowers forced to sign blank contracts so loan sharks can increase size of loan & interest rate to as high as 1,095% per year (3% per day).
2. business | 23 Jan 2015
» Earlier this month, the cabinet approved a series of bills related to information technology, personal data, cybersecurity and telecommunications. One such bill would recast the Information and Communication Technology M...
3. learning | 04 Nov 2013
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» Experts predict protests won't change course of amnesty bill but bill will fail when challenged in court.
4. multimedia | 23 Feb 2015
By Bangkok Post
» It is not uncommon to hear stories of borrowers who have asked their relatives, friends or even work colleagues to guarantor loans. However, new laws concerning loan guarantees have come into place since Feb 11, 2015.
5. news | 23 Feb 2015
» ATHENS - Greece raced Sunday to finalise reform proposals that would keep its loan lifeline open under an EU debt deal that saw its anti-austerity ambitions curtailed.
6. news | 20 Feb 2015
» The cabinet has approved the Rubber Estate Organisation's (REO) request for a loan of six billion baht from the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) to buy rubber products to shore up prices.
7. business | 20 Feb 2015
» The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) has set a new loan target this year at 76.7 billion baht, nearly 30 billion lower than last year as it shifts focus to efficiency rather than expansion, says ...
8. news | 19 Feb 2015
» ATHENS - Greece on Thursday formally asked the EU for a loan extension which would buy the cash-strapped nation time to unveil new anti-austerity reforms, a government source said.
9. business | 19 Feb 2015
» Krungthai Card (KTC), a retail lender under Krungthai Bank (KTB), is aiming for double-digit loan growth this year, even though swelling household debt and the fragile economic rebound have dented domestic consumption.
10. news | 19 Feb 2015
» ATHENS - Greece said Wednesday it was "optimistic" it would resolve the bailout crisis by meeting the demands of both the electorate and creditors with its proposal for a loan extension, despite EU scepticism.