In Brief

Companies and businesses in southeast Asian nation relying on the government to curb the effects of the next natural disaster.

Thailand is racing to implement water management schemes costing 300 billion baht ($9.4 billion) to prevent a repeat of last year’s flood disaster, but companies want to see even more haste while some experts say things shouldn’t be rushed. Reuters

 

 

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