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Turbulent Thailand

Thai economy starts to feel pain from unrest

Shopping centers close early as mass transit shuts down

BANGKOK -- Thailand's anti-government protesters are calling on citizens to withdraw their money from Siam Commercial Bank, whose top shareholder is King Maha Vajiralongkorn.

The bank's shares have fallen around 6% since the demonstrations began in September.

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