* Receding waters in northe reduce flood risks in Bangkok * High tides still pose risk to some areas * Floods to push up global prices of rice, computer hard drives * At least 377 killed since July; 2.2 million affected (PM's statement, details) By Jason Szep and Apornrath Phoonphongphiphat BANGKOK, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Receding floodwater north of Bangkok have reduced the threat to the Thai capital, the prime minister said on Saturday, but a rise in coastal high tides in the Gulf of ...
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