Bangkok Bombs Likely to Shake Investors
It's not as if foreign investors in Thailand's stock market didn't already have reason to be skittish. As 2006 drew to a close they were still queasy from the roller coaster performance put on by the Stock Exchange of Thailand on Dec. 19 when the country's central bank triggered a market crash by suddenly slapping on foreign exchange controls, only to rescind them a day later (see BusinessWeek.com, 12/19/06, "Emerging Markets Turmoil").
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