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From "Economist": After the election ...

Just in case you are interested: thsi is what the Economist was writing in the most reacent print edition from earlier this week: Thailand - A blow to Thai democracy Apr 6th 2006 - From The Economist print edition The mob has beaten the ballot box in South-East Asia ?IT'S a funny old world,? Margaret Thatcher remarked as she was driven from power in 1990, not by the electorate but by her own party. Like Mrs Thatcher, Thaksin Shinawatra, the prime minister of Thailand since 2001, has won th

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first tendencies - from BBC - regarding the count

As the poll is closed (as far as I can see from 5575 miles away) I dare to copy some lines, broadcasted by BBC 5 minutes ago, - just as I've learnt by phone that in some regions in the North East of Thailand TV cannot be seen for a few hours due tue heavy thunderstorms having damaged some transmission units: BBC {Correspondents: Alex, Brighton (UK) } ==> Thais await crunch poll outcome <== * Analysts say Mr Thaksin's political troubles could be far from over Votes are being co

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From "The Economist" (cited) T. helps himself -

Without addind any comment to the current discussions I just want to share this article from The Economist with you. Nothing really new, just a condense of the sell. It was published one week ago already - sorry for being late, but I lay down with a flu since 2 weeks :-( =================================== Thaksin helps himself Jan 26th 2006 | From The Economist print edition A politically and economically astute asset sale by the prime minister ACCORDING to Thaksin Shinawatra, Thailand'

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The Lumpini Oracle (cited from "The Economist")

Just a single point of view and it contains ==> nothing really new for those who are aware of the daily politics <== but when I shared this with my Thai relatives I realized that they did not know that Thailands internal politics are moving more and more into an international focus. So, I do not at all wish to make this wonderful site to be too much a forum for political exchange, and I hesitated 4 weeks to add this article from the printed december version of "The Economist" in here, e

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Thailand needs foreign investment to stay competitive - just to whom it concerns

From some reactions I got by PM's I realized that there might be some interest on biz news about Thailand from international perspectives. As mentioned before, after some deep analysis "The Economist" is the only biz-newspaper whom I personally trust, therefore I add another small story published by them about the need of foreign investments (which is clear to everybody) and its dimensions/size (!!!) for the improvements in infrastructure and partially education. Just to whom it concerns G

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Thailand Stock X-change - just to whom it concerns

Just in case this is of interest to anybody in TF. The source is the - from my point of view worldwide BEST Biz-journal - The ECONOMIST (tomorrows or today's issue-not sure because of time delta BKK/FRA): ==> Thailand's stockmarket - Fermenting trouble <== :!: From The Economist :!: The unsettling effect of shelving two share offerings EPA The government begs to differ DRIVING past the Stock Exchange of Thailand, you never know what you might see. A few months ago, orange-robed

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time to say goodbye, time to say hello

.... about 17.000 days of my life I spent in the center of Europe, but "to live" means "to learn" and I assume I have taken enough lessons over here. So it is time to pack the bags and look out * for a new home, somewhere between Chaing Rai and Hat Yai, and * for a new life. The poor mans life might be the hardest but for sure it will clean mind and soul, so lets give it a trial ... and whatever the future may bring: our eyes, our hearts and our arms are open to embrace it....

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