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Flood gate in Thai capital focus of fear, rivalry

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Authorities in the Thai capital repaired on Wednesday a damaged flood gate that has become the focus of the city's fears and rivalry between political factions battling the country's worst floods in decades.

VSS for HLB and MIMB employees

KUALA LUMPUR: Hong Leong Bank (HLB) is offering a voluntary separation scheme (VSS) to all permanent employees of the bank and MIMB Investment Bank as part of its consolidation exercise towards growing its newly-enlarged entity.

Flood gate in Thai capital focus of fear, rivalry

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Authorities in the Thai capital repaired a damaged flood gate on Wednesday that has become the focus of anger, fear and rivalry between arms of government battling the country's worst floods in decades.

Disciplining the special child

Anna Wong shares her practical tips on disciplining a special child.

US October auto sales up, but concerns deepen

DETROIT (Reuters) - Auto sales rose in October due to pent-up demand for cars and trucks although the gains failed to offset concerns that financial crisis in Europe could derail the industry's slow recovery.

India can be one of the great venues despite initial problems

NEW DELHI: Formula One and India have the makings of a long and happy relationship after an inaugural Grand Prix that exceeded expectations.

Cyberattack targets chemical firms

b>MOUNTAIN VIEW (California)/b>: At least 48 chemical and defence companies were victims of a coordinated cyberattack that has been traced to a man in China, according to a new report from security firm Symantec Corp.

S.Korea Oct exports growth hits 2-yr low

SEOUL, Nov 1 (Reuters) South Korean exports in October grew less than expected and by the slowest annual pace in two years, government data showed on Tuesday, adding to fears the global economy may be retreating back to a steep slump.

SC more stringent about IPO applications

PETALING JAYA: With only two out of nine listing applications approved in the third quarter, the Securities Commission (SC) is sending out a strong signal about its strictness in vetting companies. 'It does seem as if the SC has become more stringent about IPO applications,' said the head of corporate finance at a local investment bank.

Thai flood frustration grows, cabinet eyes recovery

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Anger mounted among victims of Thailand's catastrophic floods on Tuesday as water flooded new neighbourhoods as it made its way to sea and the government plotted a recovery aimed at securing the long-term confidence of investors.