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“BANGKOK—Thailand's flood crisis escalated Tuesday as fast-rising floodwaters began surging into one of Bangkok's two airports, shutting down commercial flights there, while Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra warned that the city center could also be inundated if its stressed flood defenses buckle.”
“With 1.2 billion people and fast-rising incomes and consumption, there is plenty to play for.”
“Mr. Rajoy promised far-reaching measures to overhaul an economy that is grappling with a near-23% unemployment rate and fast-rising debt load.”
“Brazil's fast-rising currency, the real, explains much of the trend.”
“Greece, Ireland and Portugal have been forced to accept financial aid packages from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund after investors lost faith in the countries' ability to pay back fast-rising government debt.”
“In March, Premier Wen Jiabao said that speeding up the construction of low-cost homes is an important tool in curbing fast-rising housing prices, as it will remove some of the demand in the private-property market.”
“The latest data came after the State Council, China's cabinet, reiterated its pledge to rein in fast-rising property prices and expand home-purchase restrictions into some second- and third-tier cities.”
“Elegantly attired in a white gown, the fast-rising actress talked to us about fashion, billiards and why she didn't bring Rob Pattinson as her date.”
““Sharlto's such a ridiculously-talented guy in so many ways,” sai Joe Carnahan, director of the new film, told us about the fast-rising actor who rose to notoriety last year with “District 9,” now an Oscar-nominated Best Picture contender.”
“Part of the reason for the disparity in future spending power according to the report is that the incomes of the lower middle class rise more slowly than the rich, with their spending power eroded by fast-rising fuel and food costs.”
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