* Bangkok appears safe as peak tides pass, weather clears * Anger in suburbs taking brunt of floods to keep city centre safe * Hopes for industrial recovery; Govt looks to $30 billion in spending (Updates with comment from Honda, detail) By Robert Birsel BANGKOK, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Thailand hopes industrial estates swamped in its worst floods in half a century can be up and running within three months, the prime minister said on Monday, as the danger of central Bangkok being inundated ...
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