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  1. 81. business | 21 Jan 2015

    How biofuels could revolutionise region's energy industry

    Asean  Agenda

    Newspaper section: Business

    » Southeast Asia faces the same energy challenges as most other regions. With volatile crude oil prices, limited fossil resources and environmental sustainability issues, there is a huge demand for alternative energy sourc...

  2. 82. news | 19 Jan 2015

    Hun Sen imperils truce with jail threat

    By Reuters

    » PHNOM PENH – Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen took a swipe at the country's opposition Monday and threatened its lawmakers with jail, accusing it of breaching terms of a political truce that now looks increasingly p...

  3. 83. opinion | 19 Jan 2015

    Take Thainess with a grain of salt

    BREEZY MONDAY

    By Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Newspaper section: Life

    » The main intersections of downtown Bangkok were once again closed to traffic and packed with crowds last week, but it had nothing to do with political protests. We were just being encouraged by the Tourism Authority of T...

  4. 84. lifestyle | 18 Jan 2015

    The Thais that blend us together

    By Suthon Sukphisit, Newspaper section: Brunch

    » When things that were once familiar change or disappear, we can either regret their loss or feel relief that they are gone. There are features of our political past that we wouldn’t want to have back, while changes for t...

  5. 85. news | 17 Jan 2015

    A quiet revolution

    about Politics

    Newspaper section: News

    » On the surface it would seem there is little going on at the Interior Ministry under minister Gen Anupong Paojinda. Not so, says one political source. The normally high-profile ministry is a hive of activity, but a lot o...

  6. 86. news | 17 Jan 2015

    Fitch lowers Greece credit outlook to 'negative'

    By AFP

    » Rating firm Fitch on Friday lowered Greece's credit outlook to negative from stable, citing rising political uncertainty, but kept the country's credit rating unchanged at 'B', indicating highly specu

  7. 87. news | 16 Jan 2015

    US, UN warn Myanmar over growing religious tensions

    By AFP

    » A top American diplomat Friday decried growing religious intolerance in Myanmar and warned the use of faith for political ends was "playing with fire" in a crunch election year for the former junta-run country.

  8. 88. news | 16 Jan 2015

    Impeachment calls grow as D-Day nears for ex-Thai PM Yingluck

    By AFP

    » BANGKOK - A Thai anti-graft official said ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra must face a "political punishment" for a costly rice subsidy scheme, as calls for her impeachment gathered steam Friday.

  9. 89. news | 16 Jan 2015

    US decries Myanmar intolerance

    » YANGON — A top American diplomat on Friday decried growing religious intolerance in Myanmar and warned the use of faith for political ends was "playing with fire" in an election year for the former junta-run country.

  10. 90. news | 14 Jan 2015

    Critics dog Cambodia's leader as he marks 30 years in power

    » NEAK LOEUNG, Cambodia — Hun Sen, Cambodia's tough and wily prime minister, marked 30 years in power Wednesday, one of only a handful of political strongmen worldwide who have managed to cling to their posts for thre...

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