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  • Myanmar and Thailand’s Border Trading Strategy
    - Posted 12.18.14

    Thailand and Myanmar plan to have a joint trade committee meeting next month in an attempt to boost two­way trade and investment. The move is part of the countries’ strategy to drive overall border trade volume to reach 1.5 trillion baht next year. The first meeting will be chaired by Commerce Minister Chatchai Sarikulya and […]

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  • Veena Malik completed her movie song after getting injured
    - Posted 07.03.13

    Bollywood bombshell Veena Malik has wrapped up the shooting of her upcoming Kannada movie “Silk Sakkath Maga” song in Thailand. The makers are happy that the Veena canned the film within schedule after she got injured on movie set while shooting for the song. Her ankle got twisted which tore her toe nail and it started bleeding profusely. […]

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  • Murder charge on the PM of Thailand
    - Posted 12.09.12

    Bangkok, Thailand – The consequences of ordering the military to crack down on anti-government demonstrations more than two years ago has come back to haunt the former Thai prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. Thai authorities have charged Abhisit and his former deputy with murder in relation to the killing of Pan Kumkong, a taxi driver, amid […]

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  • Lady Gaga was sassy about Thailand
    - Posted 06.05.12

    Gaga’s contentious tweet to her 24 million followers said: “I just landed in Bangkok baby! Ready for 50,000 screaming Thai monsters. I wanna get lost in a lady market and buy a fake Rolex.” Bangkok’s sprawling outdoor markets and some of its big shopping malls are widely known for selling near-perfect replicas of famous luxury […]

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  • Singapore is not good model for developing country
    - Posted 06.04.12

    When Myanmar’s reforming President Thein Sein visited Singapore in January, officials there offered lessons on how to modernize and attract foreign investment. Singapore’s eagerness to court Myanmar’s ruling generals has been a diplomatic feature of the international community’s two decades of trying to crack open the reclusive country. Now that Asia’s “next economic frontier” has […]

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