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1. news | 30 Oct 2013
By Kyodo News
» Japan Tobacco Co said Wednesday it will close four of its nine cigarette manufacturing-related factories in Japan and a vending machine production base, most of them in March 2015, and cut 1,600 jobs, or about 20% of emp...
2. business | 09 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Myanmar’s tobacco market is set for a shakeup following the return this year of the world’s second largest cigarette manufacturer, British American Tobacco, which entered into a joint partnership to locally manufacture i...
3. learning | 17 Sep 2012
About labour & the law
» Immigration law provides easy way for some companies to avoid paying foreign workers & deport before they can fight back.
4. learning | 18 Nov 2013
» 15,000 baht starting salary for government civil servants but only 14,131 average for private companies for bachelor's degree holders without job experience.
5. business | 04 Nov 2013
» Just one year ago, Myanmar was a purely cash economy: there were no automated teller machines and international credit cards were not accepted, save for those of a few well-connected companies that routed payments to off...
6. travel | 14 Nov 2013
» The Thailand Film Office (TFO) forecasts a 12% revenue growth from foreign companies choosing to shoot productions in Thailand.
7. news | 12 Nov 2013
» A total of 61 companies of police have been deployed to protect important places in Bangkok, including the Foreign Ministry and embassies, spokesman of the police peace keeping command Piya Uthayo said on Tuesday.
8. learning | 14 Aug 2012
» Thai companies doing business in Burma, building factories, producing goods & selling products to Burma's 60 million people.
9. learning | 11 Aug 2011
» Memories of a ride to Tobacco Lake thirty years ago (now: Benjakitti Park), take a swim in the lake and partake of other childhood adventures.
10. business | 15 Nov 2013
» Local and international food and consumer product companies have joined hands with Tesco Lotus for a new campaign to spur consumer spending amid the economic downturn.