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[商业新闻] 2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

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Protests hurting Thai economy   

The recent political unrest in Thailand is hurting its economy. CNN's Pauline Chiou has more.


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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or Stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai buht has seen a slide of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strenghening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore Airline is canceling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP. And a travel agency association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That's a drop of about 400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that, the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now these protests stand firmly and aim to debuild the current government propose which is seen as a move by the prime minister I to allow her brother, the former prime minister T to return from exile. He had been ousted in 2006. Now the prime minister I has dissovled parliament and called for snap election in early February but Maggi that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.

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The long running political protesters are  beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai Baht has seen the slide of more than 6% again the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strengthening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore Airline is canceling some flights to Bangkok since January and February  because of the falling demand. Tourism accounts around 7% of Thailand's GDP, and travel industry association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest, that dropped about 400,000 people. International visitors numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite the tourism  authority estimated the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now this protests stand firmly and aim to build current government propose which was seen as move by primary minister  Yingluck Shinawatra to allow her brother, the former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to return from exile. He had been ousted in 2006-2. Now Prime minister has dissolved the parliament and called for snap election in early February, but Meggi has not alleviated tension or the impact on the Thailand economy.
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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or the stock exchange in Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month.The Thai baht has seen a slide of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strengthening since the beginning of November when this protest began. Singapore airline is canceling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP, and a Travel Industry Association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest.That's a drop about 400000 people. International visitors number are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease among Japanese visitors who were sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that,the tourist authority estimate that the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now this protest stand from armless to debuild the current government propose which was seen as a move by the prime minister Yuluck Shinawa to allow her brother, the former prime minister Taxin Shinawa to return from exile. He has been ousted in 2006.2.Now prime minister Yuluck Shinawa has dissolved parliament and called for snap elections in early February but Maggie that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.
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homework---The long-running political protests are beginning to hurt Thai's economy. The bench mark index the ACT or stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai Baht has seen a slot of more than six percent against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strengthening since the beginning of November when this protest began. Singapore airline's is cancelling some flights to Ben K.in January and February because of following demand. Tourism account for around seven percent of Thailand's GDP. And a travel industry association said the number of domestic visitors to Ben K. has fallen twenty percent because of the unrest. That's a drop about four hundred thousand peopel. International visitor numbers are down about eight percent. The association says the biggest crisis among Japanese tourists to a sensitive to political ten moria. Despite that the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by seventy percent. Now these protests stammed from an aministy build the current government propose which will ...move by the prime minister in election a lot to allow her brother, the formal prime minister ...to return from ex-area. He has been out...in 2006 cure. Now prime minister ...has desovled paliment and call for snap elections in early Feburary but Megi that has not leab it to tension or the impact on the T...
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The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or Stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai buht has seen a slide of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strenghening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore Airline is canceling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP. And a travel agency association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That's a drop of about 400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that, the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now these protests stemmed from an amnesty bill the current government propose which is seen as a move by the prime minister I to allow her brother, the former prime minister T to return from exile. He had been ousted in 2006. Now the prime minister I has dissovled parliament and called for snap election in early February but Maggi that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.
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The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or Stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai buht has seen a slide of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strenghening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore Airline is canceling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP. And a travel industry association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That's a drop of about 400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that, the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now these protests stemmed from an amnesty bill the current government proposed which is seen as a move by the prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra to allow her brother, the former prime minister Thaksin Chinnawat to return from exile. He had been ousted in 2006. Now the prime minister I has dissovled parliament and called for snap election in early February but Maggi that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.
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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

The long-running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index the SET or stock exchanges of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai Baht has seen a slide of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this slide shows the US dollar strengthening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore Airline is cancelling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP,add a travel industry association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That's a drop about 400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil, despite that the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in a whole of 2013 was up by 17%.

Now these protests stemmed from an amnesty bill, the current government propose which was seen as a move by the Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to allow her brother,the former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to return from exile. He'd been ousted in a 2006 coup and Prime Minister Shinawatra has dissolved parliament and called for snap elections in early February. But that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.

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----The long running political protesters begains to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index the ct or stock exchange in Thailand has drop 12% in the past month. The THB has seen a slide with 6% against the USD. Now this line shows the straight USD  since the beginning of the Nov. when this protest began.
----Singapore airlines is canceling some flights to Bankok in Jan & Feb. because of a falling demand. Tourism accounts for a run 70% of Thailand's GDP. And a travel industrial association says the number of domestic visitors to Bankok has fall 20% because of E* that is a drop about 400K people.
----International visitors number are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease was among Japanese visitors since the political turmail. Despite that the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now this protest stands for the * of current government purpose which was seen as move by the Primere Minister E* to allow her brother--the former P.M. T* to return from exile. He has been out in 2006. P.M. E* has dissolve parliament and call for snap elections in early Feb. in Magi. That has hot leave the attention of the impact on the Thai economy.
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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

The long-running political protests arebeginning to hurt Thailand’s economy. The benchmark index, the SET, or stockexchange of Thailand, has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai Baht has seena slight of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows that the USdollar strengthening the since the beginning of November since this protestbegan. Singapore airline is cancelling some flights to Bangkok in January andFebruary because of following demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% ofThailand GDP. And a travel industry association says that the number of domesticvisitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That’s a drop about400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The associationsays the biggest decrease is among Japanese tourists who are sensitive topolitical turmoil; despite that the tourism authority estimates the number ofpeople visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now this protest stemmed from an amnesty bill that the current governmentproposed which we’ll see as a move by the Prime Minister XXX to allow her brother,the former Prime Minister, XXX, to return from exile. He has been ousted in a2006 coup. Now Prime Minister XX has dissolved parliamentand called for snap election at early February, but mX that has not alleviatedthe tension or the impact on the Thai economy.   
                                                   
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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or Stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai buht has seen a slide of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strenghening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore Airline is canceling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP. And a travel agency association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That's a drop of about 400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that, the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now these protests stand firmly and aim to debuild the current government propose which is seen as a move by the prime minister I to allow her brother, the former prime minister T to return from exile. He had been ousted in 2006. Now the prime minister I has dissovled parliament and called for snap election in early February but Maggi that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.

The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or Stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai baht has seen a slide of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strenghening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore Airline is canceling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP. And a travel industry association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That's a drop of about 400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that, the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now these protests stemmed from an amnesty the current government proposed which is seen as a move by the prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra to allow her brother, the former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to return from exile. He had been ousted in 2006 coup. Now the prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has dissovled parliament and called for snap election in early February but Maggi that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.

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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy. The benchmark index, the SET or stock change of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai Baht has in a slight of more than 6% against the US dollar. Now this line shows the US dollar strengthening since the beginning of November when these protests began. Singapore airline is cancelling some flights to Bangkok in January and February because of falling demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand's GDP. And a travel industry association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the **. That's a drop about 400,000 people. International visitor numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tourists who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that, the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 was up by 17%. Now these protests *** the current government purpose, which was ** move by the prime minister ** to allow her brother, the former prime minister **, to return from exile. He has been ousted in 2006. Prime minister ** has * parliament, and called for a snap election in early February, but maggie that has not alleviate the tention or the impact on the Thai economy.
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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

The long running plotical protests are beginning to hurt Thailand's economy, the benchmark index the SET or stock exchange of Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month, the Thai Buht has in the slide of more than 6% against US dollar, now this line shows the US dollar strengthening since the beggining of Nov. when this protest beging.
Singapore airlines is cancelling some flights to Bangkok in Jan. and Feb. because of following demand. Tourism accounts for around 7% of Thailand GDP, and a travel industry association says the number of domestic visitors to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest, that's a drop about 400,000 people. International visitors numbers are down about 8%, the association says the biggest decrease are among Japanese tours who were sensitive the plotical turmoil. Despite that, the tourism authority estimate the number of people visiting Thailand in the whole of 2013 with up by 17%.
Now these protests  stemmed from amnesty bill the current government propose which is seen as a move by the prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra to allow her brother the former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to return from exile. He had been ousted in a 2006 coup, and prime minister Shinawatra has dissolved parliament and called for snap elections in early Feb. but Maggi that has not alleviated tension or the impact on the Thai economy.




















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[Homework]2014-01-10&01-12 泰国局势动荡 赴泰游“旺季不旺”

the long running political protest begining to hurt thailand's economy,the benchmarket index the SAT or stock exchange of thailand has dragged 12 percent in tha past mounths, the thai baht has seen the slot more than 60 percent gets the us dollar ,now this line showns the dollar strengthening since the begining of november when these protests begain.singarpore aileline is cancelling some flights to B in january and february because of falling demand.
tourism account for around for 7 percent of thila's GPD and a travel industry essociation says the number of domestic visitors to B  has fallen 20 percent because of the unrest. that's a drop about 400000people, international visitor numbers are down about 8 percent, the assotiation says the biggest decrease amonge japanese tourists who are  sensitive to political turmoil .despite that, the tourism  authority estimates the number of people visiting thailand in the whole of 2300 was up by 17percent ,now the protest stand firmly and aim to build  current gorvernment to propose which would is seen as a move by the prime minister I to allow her brother the former prime minister talks to return from exile, he had been ousted in 2006.
now, prime minister has dissolved paliament and called for snap elections in early february but maggi that had not alleviate the tension or the impact on the thai economy.

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The long running political protests are beginning to hurt Thialand's economy. The benchmark index in SET or stock exchange in Thailand has dropped 12% in the past month. The Thai Baht has been a slide more than 6% against US dollar. This line shows the US dollar strenthening since the beginning of the November when these protests began.

Singapore Airline is cancelling some flight to Bangkok in January and February because of its falling demand. turns? accounts for around 7% of Thailand GDP.

And a travel industry association says the number of domestic visitor to Bangkok has fallen 20% because of the unrest. That's a drop of 400,000 people. International numbers are down about 8%. The association says the biggest decrease among Japanese tourist who are sensitive to political turmoil. Despite that the tourism authority estimates the number of people visiting to Thailand in th whole 2013 was up by 7%.

Now these protesters stand in front of the amnesty bill of the current government, proposed which is seen as a move by the prime minister Inluckti Sinavo to allow her brother, the former prime minister Takonson Sinavo turn from the exile, He had been ousted  in 2006?  A prime minister Sinavo has dissolved parliament and call for snap election in early February but Maggie that has not alleviated the tension or the impact on the Thai economy.
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