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The military & royal elite, who have long held power in Thailand, must decide whether to meet some or all protest demands, or take aggressive steps to shut down demonstrations.
The richest clubs are making a play to entrench themselves at the top, PE investors are trying to buy distressed assets and lucrative media rights deals are coming apart at the seams.
Lowy projects India will reach 40% of China’s economic output by 2030, compared with the 50% estimate last year.
Silicon Valley didn't just play a highly questionable role in the 2020 US elections but also in 2016 and Americans did nothing about it.
The protestors are calling for the resignation of PM Prayuth Chan-Ocha’s government and a rewriting of the constitution of Thailand.
Everything will carry on pretty much as they are if Trump is re-elected as US President. But if Biden wins, things will certainly change for domestic energy companies and policy.
Trump’s campaign raised a combined $247.8 million in September, their best month in the campaign but well short of the record $383 million raised by Biden last month.
Boeing is slimming down its manufacturing base around Seattle & planning to close a production line, as the aircraft market has been gutted by the pandemic.
Though insulting the Thai royal family is punishable by law, criticisms started on social media and then on the streets, and PM Prayuth Chan-Ocha is struggling to shut it down.
Aides say Trump has been itching to return to public events following his battle with Covid, an impatience only heightened by the president falling further behind Biden in polls.