Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘thailand’

The second wave of the global financial crisis: myth and reality

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

Let us recall the history of the emergence of some of the highest in the world of office buildings. Skyscraper Empire State Building in New York was founded in 1929, Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur began building in 1993, the Shanghai Construction Dzhaylin tower began in 1995 at the end of 1980 it looked as though half of Tokyo has been blocked with a massive crane. By mid-1990′s. Many of these cranes have moved to Shanghai and Beijing.


Suzuki Motor plans to increase production in India to 1.45 million vehicles

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Japanese engineering company Suzuki Motor Corp. plans to increase production of passenger cars to 1.45 million units in 2012, wrote on Wednesday, business newspaper Nikkei, citing the president Suzuki Motor Shinzo Nakanishi.


Dow Jones Industrial Average: new records of blue chips

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average demonstrated its superiority on the U.S. stock market. Trading in the United States on Wednesday 2 June ended growth stock indexes. Investors are actively buying shares of oil companies, which have fallen in price in recent days because of the situation surrounding the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. As a result of trade index of “blue chips” Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 225.52 point, or on 2,25% to 10,250 items. The index of wide market S & P 500 closed higher by 27.67 points or 2.58%, at around 1098 points. “High-tech” Nasdaq Composite closed at 58.74 the growth points or 2.64%, at around 2281 points.


Dow Jones Industrial Average is losing ground now

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average was unable to oppose anything bearish trend. Bears take control trading in their paws. Brokers reduce the volume of trades at the outset. Positive statistics are not played a decisive role in the auction in the last day of the week. Now Dow Jones Industrial Average is losing 27.82 points (-0.27%). Dow Index continues trading on the stock market at around 10,230.00 points.


CSI 300 is the last Asian Mohican

Friday, May 21st, 2010

All the major Asian stock indexes finished trading on the “red area”. According to investors, coming to the fore in the last few days inconsistency of the participating countries the euro area may prevent their governments more closely to tackle the debt problems. Released yesterday, the negative statistics on the U.S. labor market has increased concerns about the slow recovery of world economy. Only Chinese investors have come to see the events for themselves in a favorable light.


Riots in Bangkok turned into war: at least 18 people were killed

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

At least 18 people were killed, more than one hundred injured varying degrees of severity during the storm opposition camp in one area of Bangkok. Thailand’s capital turned into a battlefield – the correspondent of The Globalist. A lot of armor, which was used by the Thai government during the storming of the opposition camp fire. Around town the opposition raised clouds of black smoke, set ablaze hundreds of tires. The meeting at the Ratchaprasong Square in the heart of “town” of the opposition in Bangkok continues, despite the fact that the government troops began shelling the barricades “town”.


The war began in Bangkok: the authorities stormed the camp of the opposition

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Thailand is experiencing the worst time in the history of the country. The outflow of tourists exceeded 75%, resorts operate at a loss, the capital, Bangkok is one of the most dangerous cities in the second week in a row. The authorities do not intend to give ground, and the top Red Shirts require a change of the country.


Bangkok news: the number of victims of armed conflicts is increasing rapidly

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Bangkok news are tragic again. Bangkok engulfed by riots. Number of victims of riots in Bangkok has increased to 30 people affected – up to 232 people. Centre for Emergency Erawan reports that all the dead over the past four days were civilians.


Bangkok news: closed embassy and bloody streets

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Britain suspends its embassy in Bangkok because of unrest sweeping Thailand, reported news agencies. U.S. has already decided on Thursday to close its embassy in the Thai capital, where every hour the situation became more heated in the background of the army clashes with the opposition.


Terrorist act in Bangkok

Saturday, May 8th, 2010

In the capital of Thailand – Bangkok – several explosions occurred. In result, two policemen are dead and 13 people are wounded.