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51. 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 ...
52. 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...
53. 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?
54. lifestyle | 09 Jun 2013
Newspaper section: Brunch
» Post International Media _ a subsidiary of Post Publishing PLC _ recently launched Forbes Thailand, to cater to the business and investment opportunities ahead of the coming Asean Economic Community. This magazine follo...
55. business | 21 May 2013
» The decline in the global gold price will be only temporary and will rebound on speculation that Italy and other countries in Europe may have to sell gold reserves for debt repayment, the head of the NESDB said on Tuesda...
56. learning | 09 Aug 2012
About safety & quality of life
» 30 killed in road accidents every day rising to 50-60 during New Years & Songkran. New alcohol laws to improve safety, reduce injuries & deaths.
57. learning | 20 May 2013
» For years Europe stopped textile & garment exports from Myanmar. Now with democratic change, Europe will give Myanmar textiles a tariff advantage.
58. learning | 12 Nov 2010
» Today’s Easy English news is a very complete lesson with text, audio and video.
59. news | 21 Apr 2013
» SCG Muang Thong United rebounded from two consecutive defeats with a 1-0 win at Pattaya United in the Thai Premier League last night, Sarawut Masuk scoring the winning goal for the defending champions after 35 minutes.
60. learning | 24 Nov 2011
» Expected economic loss 1.12 trillion baht or 10.5% of GDP, 10,000 factories & 660,000 workers affected (30% automotive, 26% electronics & appliances).