Thai graft-busters order Thaksin’s assets frozen

Thailand’s anti-graft panel said Monday it would freeze assets held by ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra and his family, totalling at least 52.9 billion baht (1.52 billion dollars). The Assets Examination Committee, which the military set up after taking power last year, said it would seize 21 accounts that hold the profits from the controversial sale of Thaksin’s Shin Corp telecom giant to Singapore’s Temasek Holdings. Full Story

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