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41. learning | 05 Mar 2012
» Low labour costs gives advantage to factories in China so Thailand must add value elsewhere: unique designs, quality certification, Chinese luxury market.
42. learning | 09 Oct 2011
» The economic damage caused by the flood crisis worsened yesterday as Ayutthaya factories were flooded. In Bangkok, residents now fear the worst as flood waters approach the city.
43. learning | 10 Nov 2010
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44. learning | 07 Oct 2011
» Auto supply chain stops with roads and transport flooded. High-tech equipment in electronics factories damaged.
45. news | 04 May 2013
» After an embarrassing exit in their AFC Champions League debut, SCG Muang Thong United captain Datsakorn Thonglao has urged his teammates to rebound by winning the Thai Premier League title for a fourth time in five year...
46. learning | 23 Nov 2010
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47. business | 26 Mar 2013
» Rice exports from India, the world's second-largest producer, are poised to set a record for the second year with the harvest expected to rebound on normal monsoon rain, potentially widening a global surplus.
48. news | 26 Mar 2013
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» Fund managers dismissed notions of a stock market bubble as the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) rallied 3.04% yesterday on a technical rebound after last week's 7.46% plunge.
49. learning | 31 Dec 2012
» We published more than a thousand stories on our Bangkok Post learning section of the Bangkok Post websites, so there are certain to be quite a few good ones that you missed. Today is a good day to catch up and here are ...
50. learning | 30 Apr 2013
» Cheap labour in factories producing clothes, shoes, toys & food helped Asia grow quickly for decades, but wages are rising so time for next step?