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Thai coup fails to ease investor worries

23 May 2014 Last updated at 02:16 BST

For months Thailand has been in political deadlock and many companies have held off investing until the situation becomes more stable.

The situation is certainly now clearer - the military has taken charge.

But what happens next? And how will foreign and domestic businesses react?

The BBC's Rico Hizon talked to Roger Tan, chief executive of the equities research company Voyage Research.

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