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    1. By sending refugees back to China, Thailand is complicit in the repression they could face in their homeland.

    2. There is a lot of talk about China's economy and sometimes it pays to go straight to the source.

    3. BANGKOK - Thailand's navy has approved a 36 billion baht (S$1.4 billion) plan to buy three submarines from China, the southeast Asian nation's defence minister said on Thursday, in what could be a sign the country is cosying up to the regional superpower. An army-led coup toppled Thailand's elected government in May last year, after months of sometimes violent street protests. The coup was ...

    4. Post-Coup Thailand Sees Economic Slump Putting Pressure on Junta

      Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceJul 29 03:00 PM

      Thailand’s government is under increasing pressure to overhaul the cabinet and bolster the economy as falling exports, eroding consumer confidence and a slump in manufacturing portend one of the region’s slowest expansions. The finance ministry this week cut its forecasts for exports and gross domestic product growth for a third time this year. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha, who seized power...

    5. Chinese state media on Friday trumpeted the forced return from Thailand of more than 100 ethnic Uighur refugees, a sign of Beijing's growing diplomatic clout in Southeast Asia.

    6. BANGKOK: Thailand’s navy has approved a 36 billion baht (US$1.1 billion) plan to buy three submarines from China, […]

    7. BANGKOK — In a deal that has raised eyebrows around the region, Thailand's coup-installed regime is on the verge of purchasing three attack submarines from China for $1 billion, after the country's navy received exclusive anti-submarine warfare training from the U.S. 7th Fleet. Criticism of the deal has been strong ...

    8. BANGKOK - Thailand's navy has approved a 36 billion baht ($1.1 billion) plan to buy three submarines from China, the southeast Asian nation's defense minister said on Thursday, in what could be a sign the country is cozying up to the regional superpower.

    9. Thailand puts $1 billion Chinese submarines purchase on hold

      Reuters via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJul 15 01:02 AM

      Thailand has put on hold the purchase of submarines from China, the Thai defence minister said on Wednesday, raising questions about its commitment to acquiring its first such vessels. Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwan said this month the navy had approved a 36 billion baht ($1.06 billion) plan to buy three submarines from China. Thailand, a staunch U.S. ally for decades, has stepped up ...

    10. Thailand plans $1-bln purchase of three Chinese submarines

      Thomas Reuters FondationJul 02 02:54 AM

      BANGKOK, July 2 (Reuters) - Thailand's navy has approved a 36 billion baht ($1.1 billion) plan to buy three submarines from China, the southeast Asian nation's defence minister said on Thursday, in what could be a sign the country is cosying up to the regional superpower.

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