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11. business | 01 May 2013
» New residential supply in Greater Bangkok rose by 38% year-on-year in the first quarter, led by the condo sector as well as low-rise developments after concerns over flooding eased, says the Real Estate Information Cente...
12. news | 02 May 2013
» The European Central Bank cut interest rates to a new record low on Thursday amid a chorus of calls for the eurozone to focus on growth to end a "nightmare of unemployment" in the bloc.
13. business | 03 Apr 2013
» The Thai baht, the best-performing currency in Asia this year, fell to a two-week low on Wednesday amidst speculation that slowing inflation will make the central bank more inclined to curb appreciation that threatens ex...
14. news | 24 Mar 2013
» Disease experts called Sunday for decisive leadership and more research funding to fend off the "very real" risk of an untreatable strain of tuberculosis (TB) emerging.
15. business | 02 Apr 2013
» A model of low-cost branches with more convenient services is poised to set a trend after the Bank of Thailand eased regulations on branch banking.
16. business | 28 Mar 2013
» Japan's Sony Corporation is jumping onto the low-cost smartphone bandwagon for the first time, with units priced below 5,000 baht to cash in on burgeoning third-generation (3G) demand.
17. learning | 02 Dec 2011
» With much of Bangkok dry or nearly dry, pumps are being moved to where they are really needed, the low-lying communities were drainage is difficult.
18. news | 13 May 2013
» Indonesia could be at risk of a bird flu outbreak similar to that which has killed more than 30 people in China since March because the two countries use similar poultry farming methods, according to an academic.
19. news | 05 Apr 2013
» The haul from Japan's whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean was a "record low" this year, a government minister said, blaming "unforgivable sabotage" by activists.
20. news | 17 May 2013
» Europe's medicines watchdog said Friday the benefits of acne drug Diane-35, also widely used as a contraceptive, outweigh the risk of developing blood clots in the veins -- when correctly prescribed.