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Thailand’s stock market underperformed its counterparts in Asia and around the world on Tuesday after the military declared martial law in what it called an attempt to stabilize the country’s precarious political situation. Thai ARMY CHIEF, PRAYUTH CHAN-OCHA. Bangkok remained calm after Thailand’s military took control of public security nationwide, surrounding police headquarters in the capital as they broadcast the announcement before dawn from multiple television stations.

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