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51. news | 19 Nov 2013
» A Russian court has granted bail to a third crew member arrested for a protest against Arctic oil drilling, Greenpeace said Tuesday.
52. learning | 03 Nov 2010
» Floods in Hat Yai have brought rubber and palm oil plantations as well as food processing plants and border trade to a grinding halt but many businesses are insured.
53. learning | 30 Apr 2012
» Higher oil prices, wages & govt handouts to ease cost of living, all pushing up production costs & goods prices. Central bank move to control likely.
54. business | 18 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Southeast Asia remains heavily dependent on fossil fuel imports and by 2035 it will be the world’s fourth largest oil importer, behind China, India and the European Union, based on current trends, says the International ...
55. multimedia | 21 Nov 2013
» The first of 30 people arrested by the Russian coast guard during a Greenpeace protest against Arctic oil drilling, walk free on bail. Jillian Kitchener reports. - REUTERS
56. news | 01 Nov 2013
» RAYONG : The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has come up with a long-term rehabilitation plan for areas affected by PTT Global Chemical's (PTTGC) oil spill in July.
57. business | 28 Nov 2013
» While as many as 50 oil and gas companies submitted expressions of interest on June 14 for 30 offshore blocks, industry insiders warn that poor infrastructure and the government’s new production sharing contract (PSC) re...
58. business | 04 Nov 2013
» With start-up capital of only 60,000 baht in 1997, the Krabi Oil-Palm Farmers Cooperatives Federation has grown rapidly to a point where its working capital has reached 2-3 billion baht a year.
59. learning | 16 Jan 2013
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» Highest administrative court sends clear message to police who broke up oil pipeline protest in Hat Yai in 2002 before Thaksin mobile cabinet meeting.
60. news | 09 Oct 2013
» The head of Greenpeace asked Wednesday for a meeting with President Vladimir Putin following Russia's arrest of the entire crew of the group's ship that protested against Arctic oil drilling.