U.S. suspends Thai funds — halts ability to make any wire transfer — await Asian markets open

The U.S., has frozen all Thai assets following a shadowy issue regarding the Burmese sovereignty crisis. It is unclear what the freezing of the $673 billion GDP economy’s foreign float might be until Asian markets open.

The U.S. has taken this actions while strongly denouncing the comportment of the Thai government during the Burmese crisis, though the facts of the behavior of that government, now located in Tahiti, are unclear.

From Washington, the U.S. said, “We are gravely concerned regarding the comportment of the Thai government during the Burmese crisis. At a time when thousands of refugees pour into its borders each day, the deceptive actions of the Thai government are deeply disturbing. The United States of America announces that pending an investigation into the misuse of aid funds allocated the government of Thailand all current US aid and security support is being suspended.  Until the investigations conclude, the US has suspended Thailand from utilizing the international interbank wiring system in the United States.”

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