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PM in clear over bogus loan charge

Political jitters subside, stock market recovers

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The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) Thursday cleared Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of a false assets declaration charge, easing political jitters and boosting the stock market. 

The charge involved a 30-million-baht loan to a company in which her husband was a shareholder.

NACC member Klanarong Chantik Thursday said the decision was based on the report of the Bureau of Asset Inspection which found Ms Yingluck had no intention of concealing the loan.

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