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1. opinion | 08 Dec 2014
» Nopporn Suppipat and Sahachai Chiansoemsin are wealthy businessmen who have dominated the headlines in recent weeks. They are allegedly connected to the group linked to Pol Lt Gen Pongpat Chayapan, the former commissione...
2. news | 05 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: News
» The Supreme Court has ordered that a former official of the Prime Minister's Secretariat hand over assets worth more than 68 million baht to the country after convicting her for being unusually rich.
3. learning | 07 Oct 2014
» There are some very rich people in the National Legislative Assembly, including state officials whose salaries are relatively low, prompting calls for explanations.
4. learning | 17 Feb 2014
» Payments to rice farmers began but were severely limited after pressure on participating banks increased. The Government Savings Bank’s president, who admitted to providing much of the money, said depositor withdrawals w...
5. learning | 26 Dec 2011
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» Unusually high waves hit coastal areas yesterday from Hua Hin to Surat Thani, damaging homes, boats and property.
6. learning | 21 Jun 2011
Easy English news
» As I was leaving for a short trip to the bank yesterday afternoon I noticed the lobby of the Bangkok Post building was unusually busy – and for good reason.
7. property | 26 Jan 2015
» Property company Phupobfa Co plans to develop a luxury villa project in Khao Yai to tap strong demand among high-net-worth Thais.
8. news | 07 Jan 2015
» CHILECITO (ARGENTINA) - Born in Bangalore, among the mangoes of his wealthy family's plantation, Santosh Chunchunguppe Shivashankar's interests should naturally have turned towards cricket, the national sport.
9. news | 24 Dec 2014
» Rome - Rule-breaking motorists in Padua, a wealthy town in north-eastern Italy near Venice, have been given a special Christmas present from their mayor, media reports said Wednesday.
10. business | 19 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: Business
» Good health, a comfortable retirement and a successful career are the top life goals and motivations of the Thai middle class rather than becoming wealthy, according to a survey from Hong Kong-based insurer AIA Group.