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Thailand to freeze assets of former PM

The government will freeze another $60.9 million in assets believed to be controlled by ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, bringing to $2.3 billion the total frozen on suspicion it was obtained through corruption, an official said Monday. A state-appointed panel has been seeking the money earned from the Shinawatra family’s $2.34 billion sale last year of telecommunications company Shin Corp. Family members face charges of breaking stock market regulations in the sale. Full Story

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