By Jason Szep BANGKOK, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Three months after bloody anti-government protests, Thailand's stock market is the best performer among Asia's big bourses and looks poised for more advances as foreign investors catch up with its strong economy. Thai stocks are up 24 percent this year at a 34-month high. In contrast, the MSCI's measure of Asian stocks outside Japan is down around 4 percent. Only tiny Sri Lanka has done better with a 66 percent rise this year, but its market is ...
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