* Govt outlines plans but doubts over execution remain * Foreign businesses here to stay but want flood defences * Ministers begin to put flesh on the bones of flood plan By Ploy Ten Kate BANGKOK, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Thailand is racing to implement water management schemes costing 300 billion baht ($9.4 billion) to prevent a repeat of last year's flood disaster, but companies want to see even more haste while some experts say things shouldn't be rushed. Thailand's worst flooding in at least ...
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