- The Washington Times - Tuesday, October 31, 2006

So how are things in Thailand since last month’s coup d’tat?

A piece from World Politics Watch suggests violence - at least in the south - is worse than it was pre-coup.

On the business front, soon after the coup, Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services put Thailand on its watchlist. Curiously, they have now removed that designation.

I guess this doesn’t say much about pre-coup Thailand.

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