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1. business | 21 Oct 2013
» Central Group of Companies will set aside at least 10 billion baht a year on overseas acquisitions as part of the strategy to enlarge its investment portfolio.
2. news | 27 Nov 2013
» The Philippines' giant band of overseas workers, already regarded as national heroes for toiling in foreign lands, are coming to the rescue again as they dig deep to send more cash back to their typhoon-hit homeland.
3. news | 06 Dec 2013
» Prime Minister and Defence Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has cancelled three overseas trips planned over the next week so she can closely monitor the political situation, government spokesman Teerat Ratanasevi said Friday...
4. multimedia | 01 Nov 2013
» The U.S. National Security Agency has been intercepting overseas data traffic on Google and Yahoo, reports the Washington Post. Mana Rabiee reports. - REUTERS
5. learning | 17 Oct 2011
» After floods inundate hard-disk drive factories, producers may move to other countries to avoid a global supply shortage.
6. learning | 12 Jun 2012
» A big cheating scandal has been uncovered involving the police entrance exam. It may require the recruitment process to start over.
7. business | 13 Dec 2013
» Long-term equity funds (LTFs) and retirement mutual funds (RMFs) will drive the SET index to reach 1,400 points in the next two weeks, say securities firms.
8. tech | 29 Oct 2013
» A Saudi video mocking the kingdom's unique ban on female driving has gone viral, featuring a male performer singing "no woman, no drive", an adaptation of Bob Marley's famous song.
9. business | 24 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The steady growth of the middle class across the globe will help to drive infrastructure demand over the next several years, says John Rice, the vice-chairman of GE.
10. learning | 30 May 2013
» The gang behind the assistant teacher recruitment exam scandal probably received more than 100 million baht in bribes, the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) said yesterday.