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Tip Zeitung Thailand : Most recent Aktualisiert Thu, 29 Sep 2016 02:43:29
Duterte vows to end all joint US-Philippines military drills
Beschreibung: HANOI - Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday he will soon end joint military exercises with the United States, a move that could further dampen relations with Manila's longtime ally after the controversial leader branded Barack Obama a "son of a bitch".
Malaysia's Proton shortlists 5 bids for equity sale
Beschreibung: KUALA LUMPUR - The owner of Malaysian national carmaker Proton said Wednesday it has shortlisted five potential foreign partners for a tie-up that includes an equity sale aimed at reviving the loss-making company.
27 missing in China landslide
Beschreibung: BEIJING - A landslide which hit a village in eastern China Wednesday buried dozens of houses and left 27 people missing, state media reported.
Nigeriens held with hundreds of fake credit cards
Beschreibung: Police have seized a total of 558 fake credit cards from three men from Niger at Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Police centre to be set up on Koh Larn
Beschreibung: Pattaya police are planning to set up a substation on Koh Larn to serve visitors after several incidents had affected tourism on the famous resort island.
Otsuka opens new medical-foods factory
Beschreibung: A joint venture involving Japan's Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co opened a new factory in Thailand on Wednesday to produce medical foods, which are nutritional products developed specifically for the dietary management of disease.
Prayut wishes balance in politician-people's need
Beschreibung: Thailand will advance with a balance between politicians' greed and people's needs, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha told the Bangkok Post Forum 2016 on "Moving Thailand Forward" on Wednesday.
Senate has no right to nominate PM: Court ruling
Beschreibung: The Constitutional Court has ruled that the appointed Senate will not be entitled to nominate candidates for prime minister in the first and second stages of selection, but is allowed to join MPs in waiving the lists of candidates proposed by political parties to make way for an outsider to be elected PM.
Philippine shares lead Southeast Asia markets
Beschreibung: Most Southeast Asian stocks edged higher on Wednesday, with the Philippine index gaining after three sessions of losses while shares in Vietnam hit an eight-and-a-half-year high.
Japan to test biometric payments for tourists
Beschreibung: TOKYO - Japan will begin a trial cashless payment service using biometric technology for foreign tourists from Oct 1, the Japanese economy ministry said on Wednesday.