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Southeast Asia should ban imports of foreign trash: environmentalists

Jun 18 2019

BANGKOK Environmental groups called on Tuesday for Southeast Asian countries to ban waste imports from developed countries to help tackle a plastic pollution crisis, as regional leaders prepare to meet this week in Bangkok.

SE Asia should ban foreign trash imports - environmentalists

Jun 18 2019

BANGKOK, June 18 Environmental groups called on Tuesday for Southeast Asian countries to ban waste imports from developed countries to help tackle a pollution crisis, as regional leaders prepare to meet this week in Bangkok.

Tencent launches video streaming in Thailand, eyes SE Asia expansion

Jun 14 2019

BANGKOK Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd launched its first overseas video streaming service in Thailand on Friday, as it ramps up its presence outside China.

China's Huawei fights consumer fears at Thai smartphone expo

Jun 03 2019

BANGKOK Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies battled back against consumer worries at a major smartphone expo in Thailand over the weekend, bringing in an army of salespeople to fight perceptions that a U.S. blacklist would hobble its phones.

China's Huawei fights consumer fears at Thai smartphone expo

Jun 03 2019

BANGKOK, June 3 Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies battled back against consumer worries at a major smartphone expo in Thailand over the weekend, bringing in an army of salespeople to fight perceptions that a U.S. blacklist would hobble its phones.

RPT-INSIGHT-Thai exiles in fear after murders and disappearances

May 26 2019

BANGKOK, May 24 When members of the exiled Thai protest band Faiyen learned that the concrete-stuffed bodies of two Thai activists who had disappeared from Laos had been found in the Mekong River, they grew worried about their own fates.

Pro-army party in Thailand to cement deal to keep junta leader as PM: lawmaker

May 26 2019

BANGKOK A pro-army party in Thailand hopes to make a deal on Monday to gain enough parliamentary seats to keep the leader of the military junta in power as elected prime minister, a lawmaker who is a board member of the party told Reuters.

Former Thai PM and influential royal adviser Prem Tinsulanonda dies at 98

May 26 2019

BANGKOK Former Thai prime minister and influential royal adviser General Prem Tinsulanonda, a towering figure over decades of turbulent politics and military interventions, died on Sunday at age 98 of heart failure, the royal palace said.

Thai exiles in fear after murders and disappearances

May 24 2019

BANGKOK When members of the exiled Thai protest band Faiyen learned that the concrete-stuffed bodies of two Thai activists who had disappeared from Laos had been found in the Mekong River, they grew worried about their own fates.

Thai exiles in fear after murders and disappearances

May 24 2019

BANGKOK When members of the exiled Thai protest band Faiyen learned that the concrete-stuffed bodies of two Thai activists who had disappeared from Laos had been found in the Mekong River, they grew worried about their own fates.

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