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1. business | 23 Jan 2015
» SET-listed power producer CK Power (CKP) has agreed to buy a 30% stake in Xayaburi Power (XPCL) from its parent firm, Ch. Karnchang (CK), and the rights offering of XPCL in order to maintain its shareholding in the Laos ...
2. business | 27 Feb 2015
» SET-listed Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc (RATCH), Thailand's largest private power producer, plans to spend a combined 13 billion baht to increase power production capacity.
3. business | 12 Feb 2015
» Double A Power Plc has allocated 11 billion baht to expand its power and renewable energy operations.
4. business | 27 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: Business
» Five Thai women and the two top decision-makers of China's e-commerce giant Alibaba have made it onto this year's Forbes Asia list of 50 Power Businesswomen.
5. news | 25 Feb 2015
» The Philippines said Wednesday it would end Chinese technical involvement in running the country's power grid, partly due to national-security concerns.
6. business | 25 Feb 2015
» SET-listed Banpu Plc, a coal-mining and power-generation group with a presence in eight countries across Asia-Pacific, plans to expand its power business as strong energy demand in the region provides more opportunities....
7. news | 17 Feb 2015
» SANAA - A Shiite militia that has seized Sanaa defiantly rejected Monday a UN call to cede power, stoking tensions after Yemen's Gulf neighbours appealed to the Security Council to act forcefully.
8. news | 16 Feb 2015
» UNITED NATIONS (UNITED STATES) - The United Nations Security Council on Sunday urged Yemen's Shiite Huthi militia to cede power, release President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi and negotiate to emerge from the crisis.
9. news | 16 Feb 2015
» The Fukushima accident in Japan in 2011 put the brakes on several years of rapid increases in new nuclear power plant construction worldwide. But despite the increased concerns over the safety of nuclear technology since...
10. news | 16 Feb 2015
» The United Nations Security Council on Sunday urged Yemen's Huthis to cede power, release President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi and negotiate in "good faith," after the Shiite militia vowed to defy the body's "threa