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1. learning | 14 Dec 2010
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» Proposed pay increases for lawmakers are generating strong protests. Politicians don’t work hard enough to deserve a pay rise, people say.
2. learning | 02 Apr 2013
» As natural gas price rises, electricity prices will rise to Singapore level. Meanwhile, neighbors Vietnam & Malaysia have head start with clean coal & nuclear.
3. learning | 08 Aug 2010
» Oh God, not another one. On a ranking of things Thailand desperately needs right now, where would "an extra province" be? Surely somewhere down in the 900s, wedged between "pay rise for politicians" (#946) and "more Camb...
4. news | 31 Oct 2013
» President Barack Obama took the heat Wednesday for his health reforms' bungled rollout, and acknowledged perhaps for the first time that some Americans will pay more for coverage under Obamacare.
5. news | 30 Oct 2013
» Chrysler, the US auto-maker controlled by Italian group Fiat, reported a third-quarter net profit of $464 million on Wednesday, marking a 22.0-percent rise from the equivalent figure last year.
6. news | 25 Oct 2013
» The SET-listed BTS Group Holdings will pay out at least 6 billion baht in dividends for the fiscal year ending next March 31, with dividend payments to rise by 1 billion baht annually over the next two years on fast-grow...
7. property | 21 Oct 2013
» Rents for apartments and condominiums aimed at high-earning expatriates are likely to rise significantly for the first time in more than 20 years, according to international property consultant CBRE Thailand.
8. learning | 11 Jul 2013
» Banks to pay 0.46% of deposits to help pay the 20 billion baht every year needed to reduce size of loan (loan principal).
9. tech | 19 Nov 2013
» Google has agreed to pay $17 million to settle an investigation by US states into its use of unauthorized tracking software on Apple Safari Web browsers, officials said Monday.
10. news | 04 Dec 2013
» A Biblically-named restaurant in China where patrons can pay whatever they want -- or nothing at all -- has shown that while loving your neighbour may be laudable, it is a risky business model.