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18 กันยายน 2557, 12:45 น. Whaling meeting heaps pressure on Japan - but rejects sanctuary bid

Whaling meeting heaps pressure on Japan - but rejects sanctuary bid The world's whaling watchdog agreed Thursday to toughen scrutiny of Antarctic hunts which Japan conducts in the name of science, but rejected a bid to expand protection in the South Atlantic. The issues were put to a vote on the closing day of the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) 39

18 กันยายน 2557, 4:45 น. Fiji coup leader heads for poll victory

Fiji coup leader heads for poll victory SUVA, Fiji - Coup leader Voreqe Bainimarama was poised on Thursday to become Fiji's first elected leader in eight years as provisional results gave him a commanding lead after historic elections. But despite the country returning to democracy, the military maintain a strong presence and opposition parties cancelled 58

18 กันยายน 2557, 2:15 น. Spas, golf may elude excise levy

Spas, golf may elude excise levy The Excise Department is considering scrapping taxes on spas and golf courses to boost the tourism industry, the department's chief says. Director-general Somchai Poolsawasdi also asked whether it was worth the department's time and effort collecting such taxes. Taxes on spas and golf courses contribute several hundred 48

17 กันยายน 2557, 23:00 น. Channel 3, NBTC meeting fails to reach compromise

Channel 3, NBTC meeting fails to reach compromise The dispute between Channel 3 and the broadcasting regulator is likely to face a deadlock after initial talks between the two sides on Tuesday failed to reach a satisfactory conclusion. A source from the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) said during the two-hour meeting, Channel 123

17 กันยายน 2557, 19:45 น. Independence would hit Scotland's key whisky sector: bank

Independence would hit Scotland's key whisky sector: bank LONDON - Independence will likely have a negative short-term impact on Scotland's emblematic whisky industry, according to a study by Dutch lender Rabobank released on the eve of Thursday's crucial vote. "The short-term benefits of a 'Yes' vote are small, while the downside risks are significant 61

17 กันยายน 2557, 18:45 น. Dovish Fed holds policy unchanged

Dovish Fed holds policy unchanged WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve stuck to its forecast for an initial interest rate rise in 2015 on Wednesday but cut its forecast for US growth slightly. Holding to its cautious dovish stance on inflation, the Federal Open Market Committee did not change any language it uses to signal its rate plans, saying any increase 86

17 กันยายน 2557, 7:50 น. Industrial confidence down in August

Industrial confidence down in August The Industrial Confidence Index in August dropped for the first time in four months, with manufacturers worried about the slowdown in domestic consumption, sales and purchase orders. The index fell to 88.7 points in August, from 89.7 points in July, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) reported after a survey of 1,064 operators 93

17 กันยายน 2557, 6:45 น. Alleged match-fixing kingpin challenges detention

Alleged match-fixing kingpin challenges detention SINGAPORE - A Singaporean businessman suspected of running a global football match-fixing syndicate has filed a legal challenge against his nearly year long detention without trial, officials confirmed Wednesday. The home affairs ministry said Dan Tan, also known as Tan Seet Eng, is demanding his release 75

16 กันยายน 2557, 23:23 น. US, Japan anti-coup stance begins to melt

US, Japan anti-coup stance begins to melt Attitudes toward post-coup Thailand by the United States and Japan appear to be softening following the appointment of the new cabinet. Both countries criticised the May 22 coup, scaling back ties and adopting a wait-and-see approach toward the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO). US Ambassador Kristie 107

16 กันยายน 2557, 14:04 น. Vietnam police abuse, torture | Bangkok Post

HRW: Vietnam police abuse, torture Vietnamese police abuse and sometimes torture people in custody for crimes as minor as traffic violations and are rarely disciplined for a practice that has lead to deaths of detainees, Human Rights Watch said. Vietnamese local police holding electrical megaphones patrol along a busy street in downtown Hanoi. Human 112