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    1. September 2, 2015

      Thai police claim they are close to cracking Bangkok bomb plot

      Thai authorities have proclaimed they’re close to cracking the Bangkok bombing, but have said little about growing...

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      El Niño expected to take toll on sugar and rice prices

      The strengthening El Niño weather phenomenon has led to lower than average rainfall for India’s monsoon season, raising...

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    1. September 1, 2015

      Thai authorities arrest second Bangkok bombing suspect

      Thai authorities have arrested a suspect in Bangkok’s deadliest ever bomb attack, the prime minister said on Tuesday,...

    2. August 30, 2015

      Thai police widen Bangkok bomb hunt after arrest

      Thai police are hunting for further suspects linked to Bangkok’s worst-ever bomb attack after the arrest of a foreigner...

    3. August 29, 2015

      Thai police arrest suspect over deadly Bangkok bomb blast

      Thai police have arrested a foreign man whom they suspect is part of a gang responsible for Bangkok’s worst-ever bomb...

    4. August 29, 2015

      Thai police arrest suspect in Bangkok bombing

      BANGKOK, Aug 29 — Police hunting for the perpetrators of Thailand’s deadliest bombing arrested a suspect on Saturday...

    5. August 28, 2015

      Cambodian banks: still powering ahead

      Cambodian banks have been soaring for a decade, with average annual growth in deposits of 29 per cent and in loans of...

    6. FT Photo Diary

      August 27, 2015

      Health examination

      Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...

    7. August 27, 2015

      Thai junta grapples with triple challenge

      Pressure is building and tempers are fraying in Thailand’s ruling military junta, as it grapples with a perfect storm...

    8. August 26, 2015

      Bangkok bomb theories flourish as police probe struggles

      Thailand’s police are still hunting for a breakthrough in the case of the bombing in Bangkok’s Erawan shrine last week...

    9. August 21, 2015

      Grainy footage and mixed signals unsettle Bangkok

      Thai shrine reopens after bombing He is known simply as the “man in yellow” and he exists publicly only in grainy...

    10. August 20, 2015

      Thai junta rules out international terrorism in Bangkok bombing

      Thailand’s ruling military junta has claimed Bangkok’s deadliest-ever bombing is unlikely to be the work of...

    11. August 19, 2015

      Thai rulers scramble to shore up confidence after deadly bombing

      Thailand’s military rulers are scrambling to shore up confidence in the country as they intensify their hunt for the...

    12. FT Photo Diary

      August 18, 2015

      Investigating the bomb attack at Erawan shrine

      Experts investigate the Erawan shrine at the site of a deadly blast in central Bangkok, Thailand   ...

    13. August 18, 2015

      Suspect in Bangkok bomb caught on camera 

      Thai police are looking for a suspect caught on camera leaving a backpack at a Bangkok shrine shortly before a bomb...

    14. August 18, 2015

      Bangkok blast: What we know so far

      Thai authorities are still scrambling to identify who planted the bomb that ripped through the Erawan shrine in central...

    15. August 17, 2015

      Deadly blast at Bangkok shrine kills 22

      Thailand is reeling from its deadliest violence since last year’s military coup, after an explosion in Bangkok’s main...

    16. FT Photo Diary

      August 5, 2015

      In touch with the past

      A labourer works on a giant bronze statue of former King Taksin at Ratchapakdi Park in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan...

    17. August 5, 2015

      China confirms Uighur repatriation fears

      Uighurs forcibly repatriated to China from Thailand last month tried to resist getting on the aircraft for fear they...

    18. FT Photo Diary

      August 4, 2015

      Handy work

      Labourers use a crane to lift the hand of a giant bronze statue of former King Rama I at Ratchapakdi Park in Hua Hin,...

    19. August 4, 2015

      Weak yen helps Toyota to record quarterly profit

      Toyota, the Japanese carmaker, has eked out a record quarterly net profit as the weaker yen offset a slowdown in...

    20. August 3, 2015

      China’s answer to Airbnb raises $300m

      China’s answer to Airbnb, the apartment-sharing app, has raised $300m in a funding round that values it at more than...

    21. July 28, 2015

      Rocket satellite Lazada gains altitude

      When one Lazada customer opened his package a few weeks ago to discover a bar of soap in place of the iPhone he had...

    22. July 26, 2015

      Chinese tourists spurn SE Asia holidays

      Key Southeast Asian markets have seen a marked drop in Chinese tourists, a growth sector across much of the globe, as...

    23. July 21, 2015

      Tony Fernandes loses Asia Tune Hotels partner

      Tony Fernandes, the Malaysian entrepreneur behind AirAsia, has suffered a setback to his budget hotel business, which...

    24. July 20, 2015

      Southern Thailand hit by weak rubber prices

      At a time when little is going right for Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy, and after a decade of debilitating...

    25. July 20, 2015

      Banks vie to build up Asia compliance teams

      Asia’s compliance and corporate investigation industry is booming as regulators from China to the US crack down on...

    26. beyondbrics

      July 17, 2015

      The Chinese Stock Free Fall: Not a Crisis, but a Scary Fire Drill

      By David Daokui Li, Tsinghua University For most economies in the world, a 30 per cent drop in the stock index within a...

    27. July 15, 2015

      Brewers ferment big plans in Southeast Asia

      Southeast Asia, with its young populations and growing middle classes, has become an important target market for...

    28. July 15, 2015

      China detains 20 foreigners in Inner Mongolia

      Chinese authorities have detained 20 foreigners in a remote Inner Mongolian city on claims they are linked to a...

    29. July 13, 2015

      Trial puts Thailand people-smuggling record under fresh scrutiny

      Thailand’s much-criticised record on people-smuggling is set to come under a fresh spotlight as two Phuket-based...

    30. July 9, 2015

      El Niño hits Asian and African cereal production

      Adverse weather conditions and the effect of El Niño is hitting key cereal production in Africa and Asia, although...

    31. FT Photo Diary

      July 8, 2015

      Rohingya Refugees

      Rohingya men push a fishing boat to shore in Shamlapur, Bangladesh. In the past months thousands of Rohingya have...

    32. July 5, 2015

      Japan boosts aid to ‘Mekong five’ nations

      Japan has pledged Y750bn ($6.1bn) in aid to the “Mekong five” nations over the next three years as Tokyo seeks fresh...

    33. July 2, 2015

      Japan launches fresh cash and diplomacy push to woo Mekong states

      Japan is poised to launch a fresh push to bond tighter with a quintet of southeast Asian countries it sees as crucial...

    34. June 28, 2015

      AirAsia CEO pledges to prove airline’s critics wrong

      A catastrophic crash at his Indonesian airline, the relegation of his English football team, an embarrassing exit from...

    35. June 25, 2015

      Doubts raised over Thailand election timetable

      The generals ruling Thailand may have to extend their grip on power well into 2017 if there are “hiccups” in the...

    36. June 25, 2015

      Coup leader’s lament tells of Thai troubles

      The leader of Thailand’s military junta rarely misses a chance to speak his mind or have a go at journalists. But his...

    37. June 15, 2015

      Thailand’s off-the-books debt problem

      A nasty consumer debt hangover awaits Thailand, as recently highlighted by EM Squared. Over the past decade, Thais have...

    38. June 12, 2015

      Singapore urges closer Asean markets integration

      Stock markets in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand should develop linked up post-trade systems to speed integration of...

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