BANGKOK, Dec 13 (Reuters) - Thai stocks slipped to three-month lows on Friday, poised for a second week of falls, as the domestic political drift marred growth at home, while Indonesian shares hit a week-low on a tumbling rupiah and worries over U.S. stimulus tapering. At midday, the Thai SET index was down 1 percent at 1,342.97, its lowest since Sept. 6. Selling was most active in telecoms shares, led by top mobile phone operator Advanced Info Service which fell 1.9 percent to ...
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