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  1. Pattaya foreign investors who are withdrawing their interest in Thailand
  2. SET @ 900
  3. Trinity predicts bull market will send SET to 1,600 in two years
  4. An illusion of high exports
  5. Baht 'may hit 30 to $'
  6. Japanese start looking elsewhere - Higher costs, strong baht taking their toll
  7. Paiboon: Asset and inheritance taxes could help close wealth gap
  8. Buy Malaysia, Indonesia, avoid Thailand, says CLSA
  9. S&P worries about slowdown in Thailand
  10. Bank of Thailand will cut its benchmark interest rate by a half percent
  11. Listed firms post big fall in Q1 earnings
  12. Was Thaksin Pulling The Shin Corp Share Strings
  13. Tariff downgrade over violations will hit Thai exporters
  14. Fears of lay-offs grow by the day
  15. Poll: 60% of workers are severely in debt
  16. Surayud boxed into a corner with FBA amendments
  17. Democrats worried by FBA change
  18. Banks seen cutting rates very soon
  19. Brokers offer glum outlook
  20. Average price of houses at four-year low
  21. Creative accounting cases decline by half
  22. Thailand hits bottom of regional economies
  23. BP: Foreign investors rip into FBA draft again
  24. BP: Elite Card due for another overhaul
  25. BP:Samui [property] market in dire straits
  26. N:Restrictions on foreigners' voting rights relaxed
  27. N: Overseas buyers to fuel [condo] boom
  28. N: Struggling property market considered salvageable
  29. N: Deficit of as much as Bt200 bn foreseen
  30. VAT to remain at 7% for another year
  31. Property near Hua Hin still selling
  32. 'Forbes' 2000 list includes 13 Thai firms
  33. Firms told to check nominees
  34. Banking industry: Huge budget deficit is on the way
  35. Unsold condo units total 5,037 in 2006
  36. Adapt or die, retailers told
  37. Rival FBA being studied
  38. Undeveloped land tax to deter speculation
  39. EC airs worries to Commerce Ministry: breach of WTO rules
  40. Baht breaks 35 level to hit new nine-year high
  41. Big interest rate cut expected next month
  42. Three Thais are on Forbes billionaires list
  43. Thai capital controls will stay: new finance minister
  44. Bath at strongest in more than nine years
  45. Pattaya - Protest about Tesco Express stores opening
  46. Scrap reserve rule, say Democrats
  47. BREAKING NEWS: Foreign capital controls 'to end today'
  48. Surreal - iTV to be renamed TITV
  49. Bank of Thailand cuts key interest rate
  50. Cabinet gives iTV one week to pay, or pack up
  51. Big C budgets B4.5bn for growth this year
  52. Foreign-owned companies urged to fix shareholding structures
  53. Shin Corp profits sink by 60 per cent in 2006
  54. Foreign ownership limits stifle growth
  55. Thai shares close 0.41 percent lower on Australian alert
  56. BOT to announce further easing in capital controls soon
  57. New protests against giant foreign retailers
  58. Executives' share trades under scrutiny
  59. B43m swiped in online tax fraud
  60. SEC will delay liberalisation
  61. [Land] Department invests in upgraded IT system
  62. LAND: Nominee Co. structure - Hunt goes on
  63. Risks rising sharply in Thailand: survey
  64. How will this effect house purchases I wonder
  65. BOND MARKET: Foreigners likely to stay through 2007
  66. FBA changes could deflate property prices in Phuket
  67. Unilever cancels planned Thailand move
  68. Ford mulls $1-bn investment in Thailand
  69. Domestic inflation drop to 3% in January
  70. THAI BAHT FX, 5 to 10 % against majors today !
  71. "My duty was to sign documents" : Panthongtae
  72. Thailand to limit foreign stake in firms to 50 per cent
  73. Cabinet approves controversial foreign business amendment
  74. Bank of Thailand & Bangkok Bank, new regulations
  75. Ho Chi Minh City Vows All Means To Lure Investors
  76. 'Legal changes won't violate WTO rules'
  77. Voting rights to determine foreign firms
  78. FOREIGN BUSINESS NOMINEES: Up to one year likely to sell down holdings
  79. Summary of the Reserve Requirement on Short-Term Capital Inflows
  80. SET - Who can assemble the most profitable portfolio in 2007?
  81. Property sector still cool after exemption
  82. INVESTMENT FOREIGN BUSINESS ACT: Foreign chambers step up lobbying
  83. The top 10 financial issues of the year
  84. Stock market loses Bt500 billion in value : SEC
  85. Thailand has lowest unemployment rate in the world
  86. Asia-Pulse: VIETNAM'S IT SECTOR A NATURAL FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN REGION
  87. BOT to adopt one-day repo rate
  88. Public hearing on FTAs
  89. Work at home, let your mobile do the job
  90. BTS puts fare hike on hold
  91. Thailand Condo Expo sees sales of B1.2bn
  92. MFC may expand services: Consultancy, equity funds may be offered
  93. CPN fund must be bigger to draw foreigners
  94. Ratchadamri condo sets sales record at B161,654 per sq m
  95. Vietnam - Time to go in
  96. SET to keep tabs on 8 brokerages
  97. Thailand-Cambodia investment initiative
  98. Fresh incentives likely for new listings, says SET chief
  99. ECONOMY / 2007 OUTLOOK: UBS sees slowdown ahead
  100. O/T:UK Tax ruling could hit wealthy expatriates
  101. Temasek likely breached ownership rules in Shin deal
  102. Seminar On 'thailand And The New Economic Powers Of Asia'
  103. World Bank Projects Thai Economy To Grow 4.6% Next Year
  104. Gsteel 3q06 Earnings Hurt By Low Sales And Maintenance Shutdown
  105. ITD - Huge Losses From Provisions
  106. Seamico Securities hires institutional sales farang
  107. NTC passes the concessions buck to the ICT Ministry
  108. SET keeps watch for speculation
  109. BTS to air debt-refinancing plan
  110. SEC fines six for manipulation
  111. Alstom and Airbus eye mega-projects
  112. Urgent steps demanded against baht's appreciation
  113. Exporters seek to have baht's rise capped at up to 2% of rivals' units
  114. PTT Chemical aims to be fully integrated
  115. INVESTMENT FOREIGN OWNERSHIP: German firms seek confidence boost from amendments to l