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02 June 2012

Publication Date : 02-06-2012


Thailand intelligence agencies have been put on alert over coup rumours amidst an ongoing political rally over a bill in favour of defacto leader Thaksin Shinawatra, says The Nation. Indonesia’s trade balance plunges for the first time in nearly two years due to unexpected drop in exports, according to The Jakarta Post. Asia would need to work towards 'win-win' relationships in order to forge peace and stability in the region, writes The Straits Times. Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi pins her hopes on the international community for political and economic reforms in the country, reports The Nation. Women in Vietnam are seen as a 'driving force' for national development as the global financial crisis has provided more opportunities for women, according to Viet Nam News.



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