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1. news | 11 Dec 2013
» Singapore will ban the sale and consumption of alcohol in the Little India district this weekend as more arrests were made after the country's first riot in more than four decades.
2. news | 11 Dec 2013
» Thailand's baht rose to a two-week high after Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved parliament to defuse anti-government protests that are now in their second month in Bangkok.
3. business | 09 Dec 2013
» Baht, bonds and stocks rose as Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved the House of Representatives after lawmakers from the Democrat Party quit en masse to join protests aimed at ousting her.
4. business | 09 Dec 2013
» Thai Beverage Plc's credit rating was cut to junk by Standard & Poors, which cited concern about the debt and cash flow of the group controlled by billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi after the purchase of Fraser & ...
5. news | 09 Dec 2013
» Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Monday that those responsible for Singapore's first riot in four decades would face "the full force of the law" after about 400 people were embroiled in violence in its Little I...
6. news | 06 Dec 2013
» A heavy fog engulfing Shanghai has caused flight cancellations at the city's international airport as air pollution reached the worst levels since government monitoring began.
7. news | 06 Dec 2013
» Matt Tuzzolo, who used to split restaurant bills by sending money via PayPal, now wields his iPhone to pay his fellow diners - in Bitcoins.
8. news | 06 Dec 2013
» Vietnam’s success in attracting investment, generating growth and adding jobs is under threat from looming shortages of what keeps modern economies running: electricity.
9. news | 05 Dec 2013
» Thailand’s economy has withstood coups and regime-changing protests for decades, luring manufacturers including Toyota Motor Corp even when turmoil dented stocks and the baht. This time may be tougher, Bloomberg News rep...
10. business | 04 Dec 2013
» Thailand will see a 17% jump in its rice stockpiles to a record level next year as it pursues a policy of buying from farmers at above market rates, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said on Wednesday.