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Thai regulator faults PM children on Shin deals

Written by: Staff

BANGKOK, Feb 23 (Reuters) Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra's son broke stock disclosure laws before the 1.9 billion dollarssale last month of the telecommunications empire his father founded, Thai regulators said today.

The Securities and Exchange Commission said Thaksin's son violated tender offer rules in the runup to the sale of 49.6 per cent of Shin Corp to Singapore state investment firm Temasek Holdings [TEM.UL], which has sparked calls for Thaksin to resign.


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