Thai companies have accumulated a record $34 billion (1.13 trillion baht) in cash, prompting some investors to demand companies from oil producers to food suppliers consider deals to put the money to work - or hand it back to shareholders. (Date:08/14/2017 07:45) Read full article >>

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